The Weekly Stripe – 21.05.21
How predictable do you think you are? When is predictability a good thing and when does it become tedious? The pandemic has meant life has become less predictable in some areas and much more predictable in others. This latest Weekly Stripe provides perspectives on our responses to predictability in life and in business.
This Fast Company piece explores the reasons why being more predictable at work is the best strategy for success.
This PNAS piece highlights why putting too much faith in data driven models to predict the future remains risky.
Living too regular a lifestyle may actually be bad for us according to research explored by Michael Easter in this Medium piece.
Predictable business returns and the promise of solid growth are the holy grail for investors. This piece in Forbes explores why putting too much faith in technology to forecast future performance is a risky strategy.