This week’s featured contributor (Post 166) is Lori Mihalich-Levin, a partner in the Health Care practice at Dentons in Washington, DC, and the founder of Mindful Return, an organization that helps new parents navigate the back-to-work transition. The full philosophy of Mindful Return is contained in Lori’s 2017 book, Back to
“I make innovation less risky and more accessible to the many brilliant lawyers in our firm.” — Anusia Gillespie
I am pleased to introduce today’s guest contributor, Anusia Gillespie, who currently serves as Director of Innovation at Eversheds Sutherland (US). As demonstrated in Post 128, Gillespie has the full innovator’s tool box: multiple perspectives (law, design, business operations, technology, and strategy), systems thinking, intellectual courage, astute observation, and the patience and confidence to learn through controlled trial and error.…
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The purpose of Post 004 is to introduce readers to the Rogers Diffusion Curve. The Rogers Diffusion Curve was created by the eminent sociologist Everett Rogers. It was first published in his book Diffusions of Innovations, one of the most widely cited works in all of the social sciences.
Post 004 is part of