Just over a year ago, Pfizer had me in to open a senior global leadership team meeting, with a talk that looked at the future of healthcare. This was the summary that I wrote about what I covered:
The rapid evolution of genomic science, the acceleration of gene therapy, the virtualization of healthcare with medical device connectivity, the changing nature of the relationship between patients and doctors, an explosion in medical knowledge – the world of healthcare is in the midst of more change than it has seen in the last 100 years. This pharmaceutical giant brought together a global team to examine issues and opportunities in the world of healthcare, and needed an inspiring keynote to take them on a tour of the sweeping trends that could define their future.
All of those trends have come about, but it didn’t take the ten year horizon I spoke of – it has taken ten months. The future is faster, and this redefines everything we know about corporate success going into our eventual post pandemic recovery.
Before I went on stage in Paris – literally, next to the Eiffel Tower – I went out and filmed an overview of what I planned on covering that morning.
Pre-Keynote Video: A Sneak Peak of My Topic</ strong>