Talking Points: Years of deflating volatility measures and lower market-based rates has pushed investors to greater risks Trading in risk-oriented ETFs have grown tremendously with some of the riskiest far outpacing the stalwarts The true risk in a market deleveraging scenario is trouble when liquidity dries up on the way out Read the full article here: http://ift.tt/2cA9lfv #news #SP500 #SPDR500 @JohnKicklighter
The Culture Change Iceberg Model - By developing specific innovation-focused behaviors – behaviors targeted at addressing the “below the surface” roots of culture – it becomes possible to shift an organizational culture away from risk aversion and toward risk taking, away from insular thinking and toward external exploration, and away from a “not invented here” attitude and toward one of “open innovation”.
How A/B Testing at LinkedIn, Wealthfront and eBay Made Me a Better Manager
As a company grows, there’s a tendency to broadly apply the Type 1 decision-making process to every choice, including Type 2 decisions. To paraphrase Bezos, what results is a slowness and an unthoughtful risk aversion that leads to a failure to experiment and diminished invention. If Type 2 decision-making is applied indiscriminately, he argues that most companies will go extinct before they get large, having used a lightweight process for irreversible choices.