MMH - Should Sanctions Be Considered an Act of War? + Seven Day Work-Weeks, Healthcare Blockchain - with Neet Shah, Boaz Salik
In this episode of the Monday Mess Haul, we brought in both FischerJordan partners for a speculative discussion on some current hot-button issues, including:
- Is the idea of financial services as an enforcement arm of political willpower a new/growing trend or just an emergency use case?
- Given the potentially devastating impact of sanctions on a nation's economy, should sanctions themselves be considered an act of war and not just a "war-time measure?"
- Are five-day work weeks out and...seven-day work weeks in?
- What are the implications of healthcare successfully implementing blockchain technology at scale?
The Mess Haul features a more free-form conversational approach with multiple participants than our more interview-focused style. This format is designed to generate quick takes on a handful of recent topics, facilitating shorter, more opinionated discussion with a number of different perspectives. Each episode of The Mess Haul is recorded, edited, and released in the same day.
Today's guests: Neet Shah, Boaz Salik
FischerJordan is a New York-based consulting, thought-leadership, and outsourcing firm helping business leaders exchange complexity for clarity. We use rigorous data analytics, specialized staffing, and custom technology solutions to deliver workable strategies for clients in financial services and healthcare.
Background articles for this episode:
- New York Announces New Financial Services Enforcement of Sanctions Against Russia
- NY Gov. Hochul says COVID likely killed off traditional work schedule
- Healthcare blockchain leader talks challenges and trends in DLT