Roger Martin wrote an article titled My Love/Hate Relationship with VUCA: Don’t Let VUCA Paralyze Your Strategy (July 11, 2022).Continue reading “Roger Martin: Don’t Let VUCA Paralyze Your Strategy”
Martin Weigel wrote an article titled Visionaries, Prophets, And Heroes: Facing the future Without Them (October 4, 2021).
The article cites Phil Rosenzweig, author of The Halo Effect and the Eight Other Business Delusions That Deceive Managers, Howard Marks, author of The Most Important Thing: Uncommon Sense for the Thoughtful Investor, Andy Nair, author of Go Luck Yourself: 40 Ways to Stack the Odds in Your Brand’s Favour, and many others.Continue reading “Martin Weigel on Visionaries, Prophets, Complexity, and Uncertainty”
Gary Burnison wrote an article titled Where Ambiguity Meets Agility. Burnison is CEO of Korn Ferry and author of Leadership U: Accelerating Through the Crisis Curve.Continue reading “Where Ambiguity Meets Agility”
Faris Yakob wrote an article titled How strategy turns uncertainty into risk. Continue reading “Faris Yakob on risk, uncertainty, and strategy”
Peter Neuwirth wrote a blog post titled Fragility, Antifragility, and Financial Forest Fires in two parts (part 1, Part 2). Peter Neuwirth is the author of What’s Your Future Worth? which describes the basic principles behind the actuarial perspective. Continue reading “Is the global financial system fragile, resilient, or antifragile?”
Allison Schrager wrote an article the Wall Street Journal titled Risk, Uncertainty and Coronavirus. Continue reading “The difference between risk and uncertainty”
Sonja Blignaut wrote an article on Medium titled Reconceptualising organisations: from complicated machines to flowing streams.
« Over the last few years, I have come to realise that the interplay between flow, constraints and options is key to understanding how to navigate and thrive in complexity. With “flow”, I mean flow in the broadest sense of the word. There are some flows that we are very familiar with: workflow, process flow, cash flow, data flow, information flow … however, we need to broaden our thinking. » Continue reading “Reconceptualizing organizations: from complicated machines to flowing streams”