As a serial entrepreneur, Whitney is particularly drawn to the earliest phase of starting a company, typically the first four years when he is building the business model. “Usually by year four, I’m thinking about some other opportunity and how
I want to apply the same skill set that I applied in the past four years to a new opportunity,” he says.
Learning organizations are constantly assessing information and determining what the next action should be. “This is not necessarily a core competency that I have found in my engagement with the healthcare industry, but it is what the tech titans inherently do,” Whitney says. “It is built into their DNA.”Read More