When it comes to disaster preparedness, no one comes out looking all that good.
“It is common sense to take a method and try it: If it fails, admit it frankly and try another. But above all, try something.”
May all our futures be brighter in 2021
It’s about foresight — being ready for whatever the future brings.
In short, no. Here’s why…
Why do particular events capture the public imagination when other almost identical events have failed to do so?
Wicked problems resist resolution, but as guest contributor Mark Trexler argues, the uncertainties surrounding climate change should not prevent organizations considering the implications and planning accordingly.
The iconoclastic historian John Lukacs, who died this week, was skeptical of the value of prognostication. So is FSG.
Why are ordinary people revolting? Maybe…prediction?
There have been a lot of historical analogies being thrown around lately.
The presidency of Donald Trump has caused a lot of smart people (and a lot of less-well-educated ones) to dig up stuff from the past that they see as relevant to our current situation – and to where we may be headed in the near future.