Tag: pandemic

Black Swans and why I want to reintroduce you to NFS

Black Swans and why I want to reintroduce you to NFS

I want to tell you how, whilst not one of us could imagine that a pandemic would strike, there are ways to explain it theoretically and that can act as a compass for professionals and their clients as we try to navigate the choppy waters together. In economics, a large-scale, unexpected, and disruptive event is often referred to as a Black Swan event.

PERCEPTION – how do we make sense of these times?

PERCEPTION – how do we make sense of these times?

As we leave the first year of the 2020s behind us, we may wonder what happened? It’s hard to believe any of what we were and are experiencing was or is real. In this post we want to look at what has been, why we reacted the way we did and how we can recalibrate for the future.

A Tale of (Many More than) Two Cities – Life and Times in South Africa during COVID-19

A Tale of (Many More than) Two Cities – Life and Times in South Africa during COVID-19

Before we continue to look at the key elements of President Cyril Ramaphosa’s address to the nation, let me say this: history tends to repeat itself – for better and, sadly, for worse. As the human race and, in particular, as a country, we stand on the precipice of history. The next move is ours.