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How the COO’s role will continue to evolve

For years, there has been speculation that the role of the chief operating officer was being phased out in favor of a chief technology officer or chief information officer. Long known as the “CEO’s right hand,” COOs have held a wide range of responsibilities for the operational side of the business. But as more shareholders…

Jack York

Is technology radical, or just common sense?

Wandered through the exhibit hall at a senior living conference lately? Technology is meandering fast and furiously into the world of senior living; it’s coming from all angles. Thumb through any McKnight’s publication, wander aimlessly through the above mentioned trade show exhibits, listen to nursing home pundits talk about the future and it’s clear: Technology is everywhere!

Julie Thorson

Leadership through laughter

I am often reminded how lucky we are to come to work and experience something new, exciting, and fun every day. I’m sure you feel the same way. Our team laughs often, and many times we laugh quite loudly

Julie Thorson

What I’ve learned as a young CEO

I am reminded of my age often, whether it’s when meeting peers, working with residents or even introducing myself to families. I have to earn respect quickly and, in some ways, have to convince them I deserve to be here. I’m sure that feeling will vanish over time, and I continue to learn every day.

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