Celebrate your culture
as a source of reliability (updated)

All Hope Abandon, Ye Who Enter Here

Lots of folks confuse activity with adding value. Billions in currencies vapourized in the dot-com meltdown because of that singular confusion. See my post on that. Or better yet, see Venessa’s. Because innovation is much more art than science, it ties in perfectly with the most effective approaches to reducing risk. If . . . → Read More: Celebrate your culture
as a source of reliability (updated)

“I trust thee…I trust thee not”

vocalizations

Trust depends in part on your hunger to learn. Yarak, a falconry term, teaches us a great deal about trust and how trust influences effective risk management. . . . → Read More: “I trust thee…I trust thee not”

Grand Chamber hits a home run for families

Honesty in the Marketplace of Ideas

If you and I were shopping for a car, dear reader, we would take umbrage at any dealer that told us what we had to buy. Even more emphatically would we vote with our wallets against any dealership that told us we could not buy . . . → Read More: Grand Chamber hits a home run for families

Beauty is only skin deep…or is it?

Earlier posts and tweets have introduced the reality that when culture encounters physics, physics wins. It stands to reason that when a cultural fad encounters a physical reality, that tangible reality wins, whether or not it is in step with whatever politically-motivated whim of the moment is breaking across the bow of . . . → Read More: Beauty is only skin deep…or is it?

A walk in the forest…

Systems Thinking teaches us how to scale our perspective to study the forest or the trees, while Systems Engineering tells us what to do with the data we find.

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