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September 11, 2014
Booz Allen President and COO Horacio Rozanski on Tuesday, September 10, was a guest on Bloomberg TV's "Surveillance," joining morning show anchors Tom Keene, Adam Johnson and Scarlett Fu, and guest host Sylvia Ann Hewlett of the Center for Talent Innovation.
FIRST SEGMENT: DISCUSSION OF PREDICTIVE INTELLIGENCE, DATA SCIENCE AND INNOVATION
In the first segment, the group discussed Booz Allen's approach to predictive intelligence and data science, and innovation in the government and within Booz Allen, including the firm's upcoming first satellite launch. Watch Now
SEGMENT 2: DISCUSSION OF WORK LIFE AND MENTORING
In the second Bloomberg TV "Surveillance" segment, the panel is joined by Barnard College President Deborah Spar, and the group discussed work-life balance, mentorship and diversity. In the clip, Booz Allen President and COO Horacio Rozanski cites an important difference between mentorship and "sponsorship" of rising staff to support their career development, and the importance of bringing one's "whole self" to the workplace. Watch Now