The End of Management…Long Live Management!

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That was the title of a very enlightening article from the Wall Street Journal on what management has been, where management is, and more importantly…where management will evolve to in the future. The article titles “The End of Management” details the world we find ourselves in now. Corporations and managers created value and organized resources… Read more »

Playing Talent Mad Scientist…

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Greetings, I recently came across a very cool game called Phylo. It was part of an article in Wired Magazine titled “Computer Games Makes You a Genetic Scientist.” The intent of the online game is to take advantage of the prowess of the human mind’s pattern recognition capabilities. As the article states: “Phylo players move… Read more »

Flexible Human Capital Response Options…

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Greetings, The world is filled with volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity (VUCA) as I have discussed several times. This kind of environment makes agility and adaptability a premium in being able to deal with this environment and prevent what Nassim Nicholas Taleb calls “Black Swan Events.” Taleb’s theory “refers only to unexpected events of large… Read more »