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Strategy and Innovation Office

Strategy and Innovation Office

Strategy and Innovation Office



The Strategy and Innovation Office provides services that facilitate VUMC customers towards achieving their strategic goals.

These services include, but are not limited to:

Requests for services should be sent to the Strategy and Innovation email ( and include the following information:

1. Executive sponsor of the work: name and title

2. Objective(s) of the work : what you hope to accomplish

3. Services requested: facilitation, meeting space, access to the Innovation Center, etc.

4. Estimated logistics: number of participants, number of days, rough calendar dates

Requests are reviewed for approval by the Chief Strategy Officer and Chief Operating Officer

Getting to the Innovation Center at 3401 West End

The Innovation Center is located in Suite 290 at 3401 West End Ave.

Campus Shuttle: The Purple Route stops at 3401 West End. Find detailed schedules online .

Some helpful tips for utilizing the purple route:

Visitor parking: Visitor parking validation is not available to all VUMC VU faculty, staff, and students while VUMC shuttle services are active. Parking is limited and on a first come, first serve basis in the building. The parking garage located in the back of the building is open from 6:00 a.m. 8:00 p.m. Visitors may park on Level B, 3rd floor. Bring your parking ticket in to be validated.

Walk Cab: Please also use the visitors entrance from the parking garage in the back of the building. You will enter on Level B, 3rd floor. The front entrance is not accessible to visitors.

Biking: Please lock your bike on the rack in the parking garage and use the visitors entrance. You will enter on Level B, 3rd floor. The building management does not allow bikes in the building.

Shuttles run every 15 minutes.

From the round wing, trips are 9 minutes to 3401WE, and 21 minutes from 3401WE.

If you miss a shuttle pickup at 3401WE, you may be able to catch the shuttle at the front entrance to Crystal Terrace before it leaves the area. The shuttle departs Crystal Terrace on the quarter hour (0, 15, 30, 45).

The last shuttle of the day departs 3401WE at 6:24 pm and Crystal Terrace at 6:30 pm with a final drop-off at 6:40 pm at Childrens Hospital.

Tim Harford The Undercover Economist

When faced with complex problems, we have all become accustomed to looking to our leaders to set out a grand vision, experts to draw up a detailed plan of action, or gurus who can provide us with some infallible solution.

In this groundbreaking book, Tim Harford shows us a new and inspiring approach to solving the most pressing problems in our lives. Harford argues that today’s challenges simply cannot be tackled with ready-made solutions and expert opinions; the world has become far too unpredictable and profoundly complex. Instead, we must adapt—improvise rather than plan, work from the bottom up rather than the top down, and take baby steps rather than great leaps forward. Drawing from research across disciplines—psychology, evolutionary biology, anthropology, physics, mathematics, political science, and economics—and interviews with some of the world’s most pioneering leaders, thinkers, and strategists, Harford reveals hard-won lessons learned in the field and the importance of adaptive, trial-and-error processes in tackling issues such as fostering innovation, climate change, poverty, the financial crises, and conflict.

From a spaceport in the Mojave Desert, to the street battles of Iraq, to a blazing offshore drilling rig, to everyday decisions in our business and personal lives, this is a handbook for surviving—and prospering—in our complex and ever-shifting world.

Adapt was a Bloomberg Business Book of the Year, 2011.

Bloomberg Business Book of the Year, 2011.

Leadership Book of the Year, 2011 in the Axion Business Book Awards

Leadership Book of the Year, 2011

Kindle buyers in continental Europe For reasons too tedious to explain, the UK edition of “Adapt” is available via on Kindle in mainland Europe. You should have best luck buying it via the device itself. Apologies to those who’ve struggled!

Kindle buyers in continental Europe


“Harford’s case histories are well chosen and artfully told, making the book a delight to read. But its value is greater than that. Strand by strand, it weaves the stories into a philosophical web that is neat, fascinating and brilliant. Like the best popular science, it advances the subject as well as conveying it, drawing intriguing conclusions about how to run companies, armies and research labs… Balance/Chaos slides Black Undercover YvehDa


Harford’s style manages to be accessible while thoughtfully conveying complex ideas. In many ways, he can be seen as a logical, even more universal descendant of Peter Senge (The Fifth Discipline). A truly talented writer with an innovative mind, Harford should get some well-deserved attention for this.”

Publishers Weekly

Q. I need to contact my recruit because of a family emergency. How do I do it?

Q. How to Contact the Red Cross to Send an Emergency Message A. Active duty service members stationed in the United States and their immediate family members may call the Red Cross Armed Forces Emergency Service Centers for help 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The toll-free telephone number is available through base or installation operators and from local on-base Red Cross offices. See the " Contact Your Recruit " page for more information. Other family members who do not reside in the service members' household, members of the National Guard and Reserves, retirees and civilians may access Red Cross services through their local Red Cross chapter, which is listed in local telephone books and at .

Q. How to Contact the Red Cross to Send an Emergency Message

Overseas personnel stationed on military installations should call base or installation operators or the on-base Red Cross offices. At overseas deployment sites, contact the American Red Cross deployed staff. When calling the Red Cross to send an emergency message to a family member, it is helpful to have the following information: Service members:

Q. What can I send my recruit in the mail? A. Because space is limited in the barracks, recruits may receive letters and small photographs only. Please do not send your recruit packages of civilian clothing, toiletries, food items, etc. as they will not be permitted to keep them.

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Q. My recruit is in RCU (Recruit Convalescent Unit) or on hold to pass a fitness test (FIT). Are we authorized a visit? A. A recruit who is in RCU or FIT is still in training, therefore are not authorized visits. If you received a phone call from your recruit stating they have transferred to RCU/FIT, please note you will not receive another phone call from your recruit until they complete their training requirements. Recruits are only granted phone calls when they have a change in status, meaning they are going to graduate. You should not plan on attending the graduation if you have not received a phone call from your recruit stating they have met the requirements and will be graduating.

Q. My recruit is in RCU (Recruit Convalescent Unit) or on hold to pass a fitness test (FIT). Are we authorized a visit?

Q. My recruit failed their physical fitness test. When will he/she graduate or what is their status? A. While recruits are listed in this status; they are not scheduled to graduate. They will not get another phone call until they have passed their test. When the status of a recruit changes for failing their fitness test, the recruit will know how their training is going to be affected. Some could be placed in our Fitness Improvement Team (FIT); others could be set back in training THREE or FOUR weeks. Again, your recruit will know into which category they are placed.

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Feb 16, 2018 At SITE Santa Fe

$15 general admission/ $10 all members, students

Dovetail Orchestra provides eclectic live accompaniment to classic and obscure silent films and animations. The Orchestra is led by Santa Fe composer/multi-instrumentalist Ross Hamlin, provides live musical accompaniment and sound design to an ongoing library of classic and obscure silent films and animations from a variety of origins. Using unconventional sounds and methods, along with both modern and time-honored instrumentation, this project endeavors to bring new appreciation to an under-appreciated cinematic lineage. A film scoring graduate from Berklee College of Music, Hamlin has been active in a myriad of eclectic ensembles and projects in Santa Fe since moving here in 2005.

This project debuts on February 16, 2018 at SITE Santa Fe and features films specifically chosen for their original “future shock” value. In between each film will be original interludes and overtures.

“Mary Jane’s Mishap” (George Albert Smith; UK, 1903) A groundbreaking, dark, comedic short that utilized then-revolutionary film techniques. Smith’s wife played a misguided, clumsy homemaker who later haunts her friends.

“The Black Imp” (GeorgeMéliès; France, 1905) Casting himself as a frustrated guest haunted by a nefarious creature, Méliès’ short deftly shows hisnewly-developed techniques of substitution splices and other early cinematic tricks.

“Rescued by Rover” (Lewin Fitzhamon; UK, 1905) Featuring the first canine film star, Blair, as the plucky hero of his family’s missing child, it was so popular at the time it had to be re-shot twice; as the negatives wore out from public demand.

“Frogland” (Ladiswlaw Starewicz, Russia, 1922) Adapted from one of Aesop’s Tales, Starewicz populates this poignant political satire with stop-motion frogs, storks and eerily-prescient themes and symbols.

“Dream of the Rarebit Fiend” (Edwin S. Porter; US, 1906) An adaptation of the popular Winsor McCay comic strip of the same name, this short was notable for it’s special hallucinatory effects and was distributed by the then-new Edison Manufacturing Company.

“An Interesting Story” (James Williamson; UK, 1904) Foreshadowing contemporary times, this humorous cautionary tale warns about superfluous human interactions and safety while being too engrossed in one’s mobile distractions.

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