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Artificial Intelligence Is Going to Take Your Job (Probably)

by futurist Kit Worzel Artificial intelligence and robots are making incredible progress. Recently, Boston Dynamics released footage of one of their latest robots that can do backflips, and land them handily. It’s been over a decade since a human beat … Continue reading

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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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What We Have Here Is a Failure to Innovate

Innovation is motherhood in the corporate world. You have a problem? Innovate! Falling sales? You need innovation! Losing market share? Innovation will fix that.  Are your people less than dedicated to good old Corporate You? Don’t hesitate ­– Innovate! There … Continue reading

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