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Culture is Free: Banking and Culture Change

Why spend all this time finding and fixing and fighting when you could prevent the incident in the first place?  ~Philip Crosby In 1979, Philip Crosby, the former Quality Director at Martin Aerospace and ITT Corporation, published his first business book, … Continue reading

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The DEW Line and A Business Early Warning System

The Distant Early Warning Line, also known as the DEW Line or Early Warning Line, was a system of radar stations established by the US and Canadian governments across the Canadian Arctic region in 1957 to detect incoming Soviet bombers during the Cold … Continue reading

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Risk and the World of the CEO . . .

Risk comes from not knowing what you’re doing.  ~ Warren Buffet I was having lunch the other day at one of my favourite business restaurants in London with a colleague. At one point the conversation turned to the “world of … Continue reading

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