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The rule of thirds versus the Pareto principle

In response to my post the other day bemoaning the various afflictions under which our global society labours (‘It is what it is‘), … 406 more words

... Wait, What?

Business partners overloaded with data? Reshape Insights and Analytics for Sensemaking!

Business and marketing leaders are continuing to invest in data programmes because they recognize the tremendous power of data.

Insights and Analytics leaders have always known about the power of data, but now the secret’s out. 137 more words


The Banner Saga Continued

A Desperate Escape

The Banner Saga playthrough continues this week with Rook and his banner fleeing from the deathtrap that has become of Einartoft. Unfortunately for them Bellower seems more interested in them than Einartoft. 80 more words


Conservatives Keep Losing: so what CAN we do?

No RINOs CINOs or Conservative Inc.

I recently wrote an article called “Ideas Don’t Have Consequences.” The subtitle was “Why Conservatives Keep Losing.”  My point was that ideas by themselves, don’t do a darn thing. 1,043 more words

Not by Might, nor by Power (Part 4)

How do you devise the best of strategy in order to overcome every challenge you are facing today?

In order words, what constitutes a workable strategy? 314 more words


The Five Year Plan for Semiconductors

The US government continues to toy with ways to “encourage” the US semiconductor industry. We think this is a bad idea at any time, and a particularly bad idea right now. 690 more words


A Journey to Your Wellness

Establishing clear goals

Managing goals like significant relationship changes or quitting smoking are more possible on the back of a supportive and healthy lifestyle. When you take care of yourself through healthy lifestyle behaviours, you are stronger and more resilient. 347 more words