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The 5th Principle of Leadership

by futurist Richard Worzel, C.F.A. This is the conclusion of a series, which started with two earlier blogs, which you can read here and here. Fifth Principle: A leader must exercise foresight. We’ve established that a leader must lead towards something, must … Continue reading

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A Futurist’s View of Risk & Risk Management

by futurist Richard Worzel, C.F.A. Why is risk something we want to avoid? I suspect that any attempt to answer this question will deal with the downside or cost of risk, and that’s where any assessment of risk should start. … Continue reading

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Mathematics and the Mind of God

And now that we’ve officially embarked on Summer, it’s time for something completely different, as Monty Python famously remarked. Mathematics is a thing apart, like nothing else in our world. It’s a human invention (I think), but not like other … Continue reading

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The Smartest Question in the World

  “What if I’m wrong? What else might happen instead?” This (two-part) question may just be the smartest question in the world, because it allows you to lift your head and look around at a broader world, outside the boundaries … Continue reading

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