This podcast episode on women and risk debunks the common misconception that women are less likely to take big risks.
News of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Attorney General Merrick Garland, and other senior lawmakers in Washington being…
How to evaluate the annual deluge of top-risks, forecast, outlook, and predictions lists?
What are top-risks lists good for, anyway? Quite a bit, actually. Risk perceptions can drive #investment decisions, #strategicplanning, #policymaking, news cycles, #purchasing decisions, #pricing, and many #riskmitigation behaviors. #Spoileralert: they are decidedly not the same as actual probabilities. Here’s what to look for in the myriad #outlook, #forecast, #predictions, and general risks lists out there.
Michele Wucker was a guest November 17, 2021 on the popular podcast The Innovation Show,…
I am delighted to participate in the ESG Global Leaders Summit. This important conversation could not be more timely. This July was the hottest month ever recorded. A billion or more sea creatures were cooked to death off the coast of Canada as heat records were shattered. Smoke from raging wildfires in the Western United States has continued to drift across the continent.
My American Staffordshire Terrier, Billie, is a self-appointed therapy dog. She has a radar for…
Creative employees are more likely to take two kinds of positive risk: innovation and social risk
The creative process must begin with originality, imagination and risk taking, but many describing themselves as creative focus more on the ‘ideas’ part of the equation than on any end product.
The impact of the pandemic on risk choices is particularly important when it comes to the future of work –both the immediate issue of workplace safety as people start returning to their offices and longer-term changes in the kinds of jobs people are going to do.