Tag: change

  • Resilience > stability

    I recently read Simon Sinek’s latest book, The Infinite Game. It has a lot that can be applied to the current situation we’re in with COVID-19. One I’ve been thinking about the past week is the need to build companies for resiliency rather than stability. And it’s how companies perform in times of crisis that […]

    Read more: Resilience > stability
  • Pandemic as Portal

    In the FT yesterday, novelist Arundhati Roy wrote: Historically, pandemics have forced humans to break with the past and imagine their world anew. This one is no different. It is a portal, a gateway between one world and the next. Roy was primarily talking about her native India, hoping that the mishandling of the pandemic […]

    Read more: Pandemic as Portal
  • Never Waste a Crisis

    Never waste a crisis. Depending on which Google link you follow, that was first said by Niccolo Machiavelli or Winston Churchill (both of who I enjoy immensely, BTW). Whoever said it, it’s been on my mind these past few weeks during the economic slowdown caused by the government response to COVID-19. It was also a […]

    Read more: Never Waste a Crisis