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Stanford CAPE Debriefing Program
Hear from healthcare professionals how CAPE's medical debriefing training has empowered them to improve patient outcomes.
How to Lead [Not Just Survive] Digital Transformation
Learn how successful organizations align their strategies, cultures, and processes to remain competitive as the digital landscape evolves.
What makes a leader great during a crisis?
Learn how skilled bosses can minimize harm to employees, make prudent financial decisions, and set the stage for organizations to bounce back faster.
Lightning in the Skies: Cloud Security Breaches and How to Mitigate Them
Discover how to prepare yourself to architect secure cloud applications and prevent cyberattacks.
Breaking into Product Management: What You Need to Know
Product management jobs are on the rise, but it’s often hard to enter the field without previous experience. Watch this webinar to know how to build the skills required to land your dream job.
Cyber Security and COVID-19
The recent transition to remote workforces can make companies vulnerable to new cyberattacks. In this webinar, Neil Daswani shared advice on how to maintain security through this pandemic and beyond.
How to drive innovation in large enterprises
Learn how to help your organization stay nimble, relevant, and competitive.
Effective Data Visualization In the Era of COVID-19
In times of crisis, such as the Covid-19 pandemic, data is critical to understanding the issues. Data visualization helps us to quickly grasp and disseminate complex information.
Looking ahead toward the future of robotics
Learn how we create robots and autonomous systems that can interact with humans and safely navigate our world.
Building energy efficiency: The secret to success
Learn all the key elements to building energy efficiency.
How to Be a Statistical Detective
Statistical errors are surprisingly common in medical literature. Learn some of the simple tools and techniques to detect (and prevent) these errors.