Video of Philip K. Howard speech at Call for Clarity





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Published on Apr 20, 2016

The First Annual Call for Clarity Conference was held MARCH 30, 2016 in NEW YORK CITY.

Call for Clarity is a conference for experts and advocates serious about conquering the crisis of complexity to improve business and society.

The Call For Clarity Conference is a simplicity symposium organized by Alan Siegel and Irene Etzkorn, pioneers of bringing simplicity to business and government.

It showcases the work of 9 unique Simplification Innovators. They were chosen from hundreds of entries and dozens of disciplines.

They’re accomplishing unpredictable, unheard of things to overcome complexity in finance, healthcare, criminal justice and more.

Their lessons can improve your business, your health, your finances and society in general. You’ll walk away from this one-of-a-kind conference with a new perspective and solid insights fully motivated to address and overcome the crisis of complexity.
In this video you can watch Philip K. Howards speech.

Philip K. Howard is a well-known leader of government and legal reform in America. He is Chair of Common Good (commongood.org), Senior Counsel at Covington & Burling LLP, and has advised two presidents and numerous public officials on legal and regulatory reform. His new book, The Rule of Nobody, has been praised by Fareed Zakaria as “an utterly compelling and persuasive book that, if followed, could change the way America works.” He is also the author of the bestseller The Death of Common Sense, and Life Without Lawyers.

His TED Talk has been widely watched and distributed and he has appeared on, among other shows, NewsHour and The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. Howard became active in government reform through his many years as a civic leader in New York and is chair emeritus of the Municipal Art Society.


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