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Enclothed Cognition and Chest Pumping
02 Jul

I had a big marketing presentation to give last week.  To prepare, I pumped out my chest and wore a white lab coat.  Ok, just kidding I didn’t… but maybe I should have.  Certain actions (e.g., chest pumping) make people act more confident.  This is called ‘embodied cognition’.  It’s also been determined certain clothes influence performance.  Researchers Adam Galinsky and Hajo Adam from Northwestern University have dubbed this dress-for-success theory as "enclothed cognition".   

Are you headed in the right direction?
17 Jun

The theme of the 2013 Spring IDN Summit & Reverse Expo conference was “Fostering Accountability,” but the underlying tone of the presenters was transformation.  It is well documented that the Affordable Care Act is changing and challenging everything around the healthcare continuum.  What is interesting to note is the role of the supply chain executive/manager is being elevated to a more strategically aligned position within most if not all healthcare organizations.

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