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Leadership and Long-Run Experience in a Time of Radical Uncertainty

Mona Malone, Chief Human Resources Officer and Head of People & Culture, BMO Financial Group
Dr. Laurence B. Mussio, CEO, SIERC

First Posted | LinkedIn | April 10
Reposted | Strategy Insights: Bank of Montreal Commercial | April 14

In addressing the value of long-run experience in times of radical uncertainty,”,1  Ms. Malone and Dr. Mussio ask: “If we are in uncharted territory, then what’s the use of previous experience to decision-makers? There is no playbook for this unique crisis. It mutates in real time.”

 

Read the full article for a valuable reflection on how a “nuanced long-run view can provide context, insight and inspiration as new playbooks are written.”

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1 John Kay and Mervyn King. Radical Uncertainty: Decision-Making Beyond the Numbers. WW Norton, 2020.

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