Tag Archives: Nassim Taleb

Uncertainty, Strategy, and Wisdom: Making do with the best you have

Nassim Taleb is purportedly not a big fan of strategy, because of the implications of uncertainty on long term plans. Yet, organizations that are in businesses where significant capital and infrastructure like investments are necessary need to do long term … Continue reading

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Decision Making and Appreciating the Outcomes – Part 2

in my last post (Decision Making and Appreciating the Outcomes – Part 1) I suggested that considering how we deal with potential hardships arising from important life choices can be useful to us. My audience includes OD practitioners and their clients. … Continue reading

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Uncertainty & Risk: Continuing the OD Perspective Journey

I have come across an interesting author (Frank Knight) in Paper produced by History of Economics Review ((2010 Summer, 52) titled “Theorising Risk and Uncertainty in Social Enquiry: Exploring the Contribution of Frank Knight. Over the next few weeks I … Continue reading

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