UPDATED:: A BIOLOGICAL MODEL FOR BUSINESS AND FINANCE
Friday, 23 April, 2010 Leave a comment
I originally blogged this item in August 2009. A lot has happened (to me), to my understanding of risk as well as complexity-related issues since then. Much has happened in the wider world too but disappointingly VERY LITTLE HAS REALLY CHANGED.
I can only take heart from the fact that a whole lot more people in business are now beginning to realise that they can no longer rely upon the institutions who have “always been there” to take care of the big stuff. Increasingly right-minded people are getting to grips with the notion that if you cannot predict risk you need to GET FIT FOR RANDOMNESS by ensuring that your business is robust.
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