Do Bad Managers Take More Risks Than Good Managers?
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Do Bad Managers Take More Risks Than Good Managers?

Posted on Jun 3, 2011 by George F Huhn
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In a large study of mutual fund managers, researchers studied the relationship between a manager’s risk choices and their prior performance relative to their peers. They found that the relationship between a manager’s risk choices and prior performance, compensation, and job security was U-shaped. In other words, poorer performing managers with lower job security tended […]

The Future of Business Optimization: A Person, A Dog, and A Computer
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The Future of Business Optimization: A Person, A Dog, and A Computer

Posted on Nov 9, 2009 by George F Huhn
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Brendan Coveney, President of 4D Inc., once remarked that the business of the future will consist of a person, a dog, and a computer. The purpose of the computer will be to run the business and the purpose of the dog will be to keep the person away from the computer. Fortunately, we’re not there – […]