Between a rock and a hard place? Not at all.
April 22, 2020
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A subscriber to GaryNorth.com recently posted information about technical opinions regarding the current COVID-19 virus, originally published as a slide presentation about the COVID-19 virus event, by Alliance Bernstein, a global asset management firm in Nashville, Tennessee.
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The hallmark of an immediate action fight is a situation seemingly disconnected, reactive, chaotic, exceedingly noisy, casualties are accumulating, and [normal] operational capability is rapidly expended. It’s obvious a fight is in progress.
Last updated on April 22nd, 2020 at 04:04 pm
April 17, 2020
One of the concepts one learns in the military that is applicable to any business, including the business of oneself, is the concept of “defense in depth,” which although typically used to mean fighting a defensive battle within geographical space using multiple defensive positions, in the upshot actually refers to “time AND space” AND fluidity of action as an expression of capability. It is the expression of capability in time and space that allows one to overcome adversity. As a concept, the expression of capability is applicable to manifold contexts of varying scopes.
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Last updated on January 2nd, 2019 at 06:26 pm
The purpose of policy is to articulate a
strategic statement of requirements, usually in business language, that sets
and/or communicates strategic direction of how the business requirements shall
be met. This “strategic statement of requirements” serves to
require an end state – a result, an outcome, rather than to mandate specific
methods (which is the “how”); and allows implementors great latitude
for creativity and flexibility in meeting the requirements. (Implementors become
more that mere order-takers.)
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