Understanding and Strengthening Your Points of Vulnerability

Understanding and Strengthening Your Points of Vulnerability

Major impact events coming? Certain. Nature, magnitude, and timing? Mostly unforeseeable. These just happen, whether by fate, predestination, or a random dice-thrower. All you know for sure is that some big things are coming along. The best you can do in this case is to identify your points of greatest vulnerability and to figure out how to minimize the impact effects.

The Great Resignation Isn’t So Great After All

The Great Resignation Isn’t So Great After All

The Great Resignation seems to be largely one of quitting a job that sucks and finding a new job that sucks at least somewhat less. Relatively few quits seem to be going into self-employment or gig life. Too much uncertainty. Income variations major. Hustling for work 24/7 not happy for many folks. Where is this all heading?

Business Unit Size Is So Important. Do You Know Why?

Business Unit Size Is So Important. Do You Know Why?

Does your growing organization or business (unit) have between 50 and 150 FTE employees? If yes, is it often a mess – tough to manage? If no, you may be either very smart or very lucky. This is the growing organization size equivalent of the Terrible Teen years of human adolescence. What can go wrong, will. Why is this particular size range and development stage so important?

How Are The Great Resetters Doing? Are We Reset Yet?

How Are The Great Resetters Doing? Are We Reset Yet?

You have surely heard all the recent fuss about The Great Reset, a product of the World Economic Forum (WEF). It has the modest goal of changing everything, everywhere, forever. Founder Klaus Schwab says so, anyway. So, how are these ambitious folks making out on this visionary project? What’s their scorecard? More importantly, are we done and fully reset yet?

Herd Behaviour and the Madness of Crowds

Herd Behaviour and the Madness of Crowds

A crowd is not an assemblage of individuals but instead a different organism, with its own particular characteristics and behavior. It usually has a strong leader. A herd does not need a leader but simply a situation that encourages behavior as a group. Crowds can create and change civilizations. They can also drive destructions of enormous magnitude. Do crowds dominate our world today?