The Lexington Institute's Loren Thompson on Putin, Ukraine and the realities—and possibilities—of a nuclear exchange.
In the midst of the Russian invasion of Ukraine “you’ve got to be aware of what the new threats are," says former Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff.
Resisting the idea that you—or anyone—knows what exactly happens next is essential, says Gen. McChrystal. "Just because something doesn't make sense doesn't mean it doesn't happen. Prepare that way."
As we look at the current situation with Ukraine, ask your team—perhaps again—how they’ll handle some possible global shocks.
At the annual meeting of the media-tech company he chairs, Berkshire Hathaway's vice chairman unloaded about the current moment, from crypto to memestocks, index funds to virtual meetings.
We rounded up some resources in the hope of helping you attack the problem.
A new survey from AlixPartners finds 3 in 4 executives “worried about losing their jobs due to disruption” — up from 51 percent in 2021.
Challenges and threats may be inescapable, says Gen. McChrystal, but the ability to move through them—and thrive—is very much in your hands. Here’s how.