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Assessing the risks of massive global disruption
The highest barrier to managing strategic change is often the very success of today’s business model.
Going in two directions at once in the Panama Canal
We may have already seen the high-water mark of globalization.
A number of outlets have beaten us to the punch and put forward a variety of scenarios for our nation's future under President Donald Trump.
What will sustain the global economy in these perilous times?
An article in Acquisitions International by Joseph Feldman has a bit to say about using scenario planning in acquisitions.
The article (see link) begins on p. 13.
What to do when Nobel-winning economists disagree? Create alternative scenarios, of course.
The Greek Vouli (Parliament) just approved a series of tough reform measures meant to mollify their creditors and allow it to stay in the euro zone.
Some perspective from 93 years ago on Greece threatening not to pay back its monstrous debt to German and other banks.
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