by Gerry Allan | Sep 21, 2022 | Future, Leadership
We were long overdue for a great unraveling. It came at last, and now seems mostly done. That is good. Now for the tough part – a final crisis phase that sets the stage for a new and better beginning. Based on centuries of history, war seems to be an inevitable part of this crisis process. But is war truly inevitable?
by Gerry Allan | Apr 12, 2022 | Future, Managing
Just when I thought that the world couldn’t get any crazier, it seems to have hit a craziness game-changing home run. Chaos is appearing nearly everywhere. Will this end, and if so, how? What might come next? Will it take World War III to reach a conclusion? Kind of important questions, but few if any credible answers. My take on this, as an involuntary participant.
by Gerry Allan | Apr 5, 2022 | Future
Well, this is very inconvenient. Just when it appeared that the long-planned WEF Great Reset globalization initiative was finally on a roll, some serious Eurasian events seem to be mucking things up. Quite badly in fact. Is this a big deal, or not? Does it really matter much in the grand scheme of Great Reset things? Some thoughts from the growing swamp of confusion.
by Gerry Allan | Mar 22, 2022 | Future, Managing
Nobody knows what is coming next – especially in these turbulent times. But we cannot avoid planning despite such uncertainty. You can’t plan for the “best” and you can’t plan for the “worst” because you don’t know what either extreme might be. You must plan, but how? Especially when the prospect of a nuclear World War III is facing us.
by Gerry Allan | Mar 15, 2022 | Future, Managing
The Russia-Ukraine-NATO conflict has virtually chased COVID from the news. Fears of a Russia-U.S. nuclear World War III are going off the charts. End-of-the-world stuff. But do these media-stoked fears have any real basis in fact? If so, what do we actually have to do to be among the majority who will certainly survive?