Arik Hanson July 7, 2021 Earlier this year, my son was talking about how much he wanted a membership at the Edina Life Time. Keep in mind, he’s 16 years old and the Edina Life Time is a Diamond Club, so it’s the most expensive of all the Life Time clubs. Needless to say, we … Continue reading The Power — and Risk — of the Personal Job Referral
Gleb Tsipursky May 4, 2021 When a threat seems clear to you, it’s hard to believe others will deny it. Yet smart people deny serious risks, even obvious ones, all the time. A case in point example comes from my experience helping a mid-size regional insurance company conduct a strategic pivot to thrive in the … Continue reading Why Do Smart People Deny Serious Risks? (And What to Do About It)
Daniel Burrus February 12, 2021 Learning to become anticipatory versus being agile and reactionary will prove to be far more effective in helping you think exponentially, skip your biggest problems with ease, and ultimately envision and bring to life amazing new ideas with the confidence that certainty provides. Evolve with Anticipation At first glance, it’s … Continue reading Risks Can and Should Be Calculated. Here’s the Formula.
David Parks January 8, 2021 In one of my earlier blogs, I discussed how you should make the case for modern contract management. Hopefully, those arguments were so compelling that you now have the budget and staff you need to take over the world. If that seems slightly out of reach, I hope you at … Continue reading Kick the Year Off Right by Identifying, Assessing and Mitigating Risk in Your Contracts
Erika Dickstein December 10, 2020 You know what I have been thinking about a lot lately? What would 2019 Erika think if she was shown a picture of a grocery store with everyone wearing masks and (hopefully) abiding by line markers indicating which way you can enter the cereal article? If someone had told me … Continue reading How Do You Assess Risk When it Comes to Your Website?
Paul Keijzer August 13, 2020 Nearly every choice that you make in your life or in business involves some level of risk. Oftentimes, you are confronted with small risks that present limited potential downside. Other times, you face big risks that may offer big rewards depending on whether you take them smartly or play it … Continue reading 3 Risks Every Leader Should Take
Steven Imke June 19, 2020 Many small businesses were forced to close as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. Frankly, every decade or so the economy is rocked to its core, leading to an extinction-level event for many businesses. Charles Darwin called it survival of the fittest. Every now and then, we benefit as a … Continue reading Antifragile – Why You Need to Study Risk and Not Manage It
Emily Bermes June 16, 2020 If you’re sensible, you’re scared of risks. But you take them anyway. Why? Because you know the value of growth. To take a risk literally means to expose yourself to danger and uncertainty – and, ironically, those elements are what save us from stagnation. That’s true for executives as much … Continue reading The Top 3 Myths About Taking Risks
Steven Imke — June 8, 2020 Pexels / Pixabay Broadly speaking, a business risk can be grouped into three large categories – Operational Business Risk, Financial Business Risk, and Governmental Business Risk. We can all agree that some business ventures are inherently riskier than others. A product-based business focused on a new product in … Continue reading How to Determine Your Business Risk
Mia Jacobs — June 2, 2020 The continuing uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 challenge is likely creating anxiety among your customers, just as it may be within your own enterprise. Your customers need to hear the voice of a leader right now, with a clear, practical plan for the times ahead. The scale of the … Continue reading How to Retain At-Risk Customers When Everyone is At-Risk