Soundview Executive Book Summaries


Soundview Leadership Alert and the New Golden Rule

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In the latest edition of Soundview Leadership Alert, you’ll learn about a better method for predicting the future of your business (and the economy in which it operates) from Daniel Burrus, author of Flash Foresight. Burrus discusses the danger involved in ignoring hard trends and how this will impact business and society over the next 20 years. However, one of the most interesting anecdotes in this edition is his discussion of a prediction made by The New York Times. In an article from the mid-1990s, the Times predicted the fall of a company that was experiencing trouble and a lack of direction. The identity of the company will surprise you, and Burrus explains why the Times should have considered other factors before miscalculating the mystery company’s downfall, one which never occurred. In fact, the targeted business not only triumphed, they became the model of what Burrus describes in the issue as the New Golden Rule of Business.

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