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Carmen Medina

Carmen Medina
Specialist Leader, Deloitte Consulting

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Carmen Medina is retiring this February from a 30+year career at CIA, most recently the Director for the Center for the Study of Intelligence. During her time as a senior manager of analysts, Ms. Medina was a key senior leader supporting the introduction of social media and new technology in support of analysis. She was the senior leader at CIA who gave the green light to Intellipedia. Ms. Medina has written broadly on the business of analysis and is unusual for senior managers in her recognition of the need to embrace the 2.0 revolution to improve analysis.


Carmen Medina (Deloitte Consulting)
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Hard-charging managers of organizations that must do really risky things reliability--airline industry, the military, intelligence organizations--sometimes dismiss the Point "O" evangelists as too soft. This talk, illustrated with specific examples, outlines why collaborative Net-Work is actually the key ingredient to performance improvement for high reliability-high risk organizations. Read more.
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