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...and why does the short term so often win out?
The enduring lessons of the Ever Given crisis in the Suez
When it comes to disaster preparedness, no one comes out looking all that good.
"It is common sense to take a method and try it: If it fails, admit it frankly and try another. But above all, try something."
In short, no. Here's why...
Because the strategic context matters.
Leaders should be readying their strategic reflexes for a post-Covid future that will arrive uninvited but arrive just the same.
Clients are using FSG's capsule scenarios to jumpstart planning for a post-COVID world. Gerard Smith explains.
https://eventhorizonstrategies.com/peter-scoblic/It’s nice to be noticed. And even nicer to be associated with a world-class organization like the Coast Guard.
Managing today’s incident while also planning for tomorrow is not easy, but we leave ourselves vulnerable to being consumed by the crisis if we don’t.
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