Monthly Archives: January 2013

Talent Management: The Boomer Paradox

A recent article by Dan Ovsey (The Baby Boomer paradox: Can delaying retirement hurt productivity?) Reviews the thoughts of several Canadian business, political and consulting leaders. Several key points are raised: Boomers are not leaving the workforce in droves due … Continue reading

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Uncertainty and Risk: The Lightness and Darkness of Compounding Consequences.

A recent article by David Kaufman (You don’t have to be Einstein to understand the pain of portfolio losses) raised an interesting thought for me: uncertainty is terrifying to us because of the exposure to compounding losses. As the article … Continue reading

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Uncertainty & Risk: Are we good at seeing the present?

A recent blog posting (Putting Together The Pieces of the Personal Computing Puzzle) in Tech Opinions suggested that not only are we not good at seeing/predicting the future we are not even very good at seeing the present. The article … Continue reading

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