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- Why Do Management Consultants – & Electorates – End Up Teaching – & Accepting – The Opposite Of What They Practice? (Roger Erickson, Open Operations Forum) Roger Erickson contributes to Global Economic Intersection.
As Walter Shewhart noted, 88 years ago, management consultants most often fail because they are hired BY executives, to help executives succeed, not BY aggregates, to make aggregates succeed.
- Schwab’s Sonders: Today’s Market Is Best We’ll Ever See (Gil Weinreich, ThinkAdvisor)
- MAINE COMPASS: Industrial wind power a catastrophe on every level (Mike Bond, Morning Sentinel) Hat tip to Naked Capitalism. Is wind energy really as bad as this article claims?
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