Monthly Archives: May 2012

Organizational Development Perspective on Uncertainty & Risk: How we bring it into our lives

A recent article titled “61 Common Behavioral biases that Screw up your Thinking” in Business Insider (http://www.businessinsider.com/common-behavioral-biases-2012-5?op=1) outlines how our mental and behavioural biases can lead us to making inappropriate decisions. For this post I wish to explore how they … Continue reading

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Uncertainty and Risk: Continuing the Organizational Development Perspective.

I have suggested in a previous post we live in a Uncertainty and Risk (U&R) like universe (An Organizational Development’s Perspective on Uncertainty and Risk) and why. In this post I will explore my perspectives on why we seem to abhor … Continue reading

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An Organizational Development’s Perspective on Uncertainty and Risk

Readers of my byline and Blog know I have a deep fascination with the uncertainty and risk (U&R) concept, especially as it applies from and organizational development (OD) perspective. Today’s post continues my continuing exploration and learning about this subject. … Continue reading

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Talent Management: Is Employee Morale Irrelevant?

A recent article by Stephanie Pane Haden titled “Is Employee Morale Irrelevant?” (National Post; 22 May, 2012; Page FP5) raises the seemingly common  (disturbing) lack of concern for employee morale on the part of some executives. This post looks at these … Continue reading

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Uncertainty & Risk Management: Implications of not having an exit strategy in an all or nothing decision?

I read a recent comment that suggested that the officials who set up the European Common Market did not anticipate nor contingently plan for any need to deal with a member exit. So the highly possible exit of Greece is … Continue reading

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