We explore the challenges with INTEGRATION projects in an organisational context
We are picking up on a theme we have been experiencing and confirmed by this HBR article published in 2012: Job and Career seeker’s unfulfilled EXPECTATIONS The word expectation has several meanings, amongst them words like hope, belief, prospect and even probability. It is interesting that if you were to consider these four other … Continue reading Expectations: Mis-sold
Creating Context and focusing on Simplicity in getting your message across in a very noisy external world.
Part 2 - Revelations In part 1 of this article we focused on the economic cycles and the underlying drivers for future Moral Hazard risks. In today's edition we will dwell a little on the revelations 2014 brought about in a series of disclosures and financial regulatory deals concluded. As Tony Robinson put is so eloquently … Continue reading Moral Hazard PLUS – Part 2
Reflections on 2014 As a behaviourally focused economics publication we have been very quiet and inactive during 2014. A year of reflection and introspection, however, we are ready to resume service, with vigour. And what better way to start than with a reflective piece and thoughts on the biggest risk we believe are developing under … Continue reading Thoughts on 2014 – Moral Hazard PLUS – Part 1
...on human nature and the market, including a call for restraint on mindless regulation...
The real challenge and issue: The US Debt default that is looming ever larger with each passing day that the US Congress, Senate and White House seem to treat as a brinkmanship fatigue challenge will have a specific default structure or process attached to it, that the rest of the world needs to get to … Continue reading Technical Default Options – US Government Shutdown Analysis (Part2)
Today's post is actually only a short sound bite for further conversations to be developed in the future: The real burden of the open and free market is the fact that it does not always behave and act in the way the market participants anticipated. [In other words, the market might be open and free … Continue reading The Market Burden
Have you ever overheard a small debate between children related to #economics? Some at theMarketSoul (c)1999 -2013 find themselves in Spain this weekend, relaxing with family and the following conversation between young siblings are worth repeating. In some bizarre way, it relates to labour economics and the minimum wage: We had just observed a single horse … Continue reading Pony ponderings…
Let Collaboration trump the three Destructive "D" words in organisational life...
Cost control and the Inverse Relationship with the (Learning) Experience Curve
Understanding the collaborative mind-set of the future
We have been following the G20 'get those naughty multinationals in the tax tent' debates raging for a few months now, with amusement we have to add; here at theMarketSoul and have the following short thought piece to contribute to the debate. We know the 'outrage' really is all about the what the OECD calls … Continue reading An Ownership Revolution is required
Thoughts on over regulation and disincentives