Tony Saldanha 


A Technology Foundation or Disruptive Solutions? What Oktoberfest Can Teach Us About What Comes First

Which came first at Munich’s legendary Oktoberfest, the fairgrounds or the beer tents? When my Bavarian host described what I should expect from a visit to the Munich Oktoberfest recently, I carelessly remarked, “Oh yes, we also have an Oktoberfest in Cincinnati.” Big mistake. After a fifteen-minute lecture it was crystal clear why comparing Munich’s Oktoberfest to any other … [Read more...]

“Digital Help” Gone Bad… and Lessons on Adopting New Technology

There was a time when digital had nothing to do with bits and bytes. Yeah, those were the good old days when digital help in medicine meant probing fingers. And it killed US President James A. Garfield. True story. President Garfield was shot on July 2, 1881 by Charles J. Guiteau because, wait for it, Guiteau wanted a consular position in Paris. Yes, I know that makes you … [Read more...]