It is a classic interview question I have asked my employees before making the offer letter to them because I love to know who their favorite artist and venue would be.  Of course my dad broke the game with his answer of Woodstock.  Well my answer is absolutely The Beatles January 30, 1969, the unannounced concert on the rooftop of their Apple Corps headquarters at 3 Savile Row.  Of course I was thrilled to see the documentary released a few weeks ago talking about the creation of this concert and their songs for their upcoming album.

Sit back for a moment and read this line “Jojo was a man who thought he was a loner. But he knew it couldn’t last. Jojo left his home in Tucson, Arizona”  when you see the documentary and see how they came up with the lyrics it is incredible.  Especially the Tucson Arizona part.  Similarly, our friends across the pond and more specifically, Dr. Simon Peck recently talked about the decomposition of a healthcare fraud case from a claim assessor role to a SIU and technology in his article “Fraud – It’s obvious if you know where to look.” 

I find it interesting to see how he lays out the costly and time-consuming process of assessing, investigating and recovering. When you compose or even decompose the fraud – it is similar to watching the creative process of lyrics.  Maybe it isn’t McCartney/Lennon but it is an interesting concept. Read more about Dr. Simon’s article here.

By Jeanmarie Loria