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How gang warfare took over Sweden’s streets | The Spectator

According to a 2018 study by the criminologist Amir Rostami, a majority of those involved in organised crime are either first or second-generation immigrants. Dr Rostami identified 15,000 individuals involved in organised crime – a staggering number for a country … Continue reading

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Ledarskap (Leadership)

Spot-on ! (Google translation to English below) “Many of us have experienced a really bad boss. It is only with us humans that a bad leader can become a boss at all. We humans can deceive each other. In a … Continue reading

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Nuclear Weapons Are Core to U.S. Foreign policy

The document about a 1958 crisis shows officials eagerly making the case for atomic warfare against China. — Read on theintercept.com/2021/06/01/daniel-ellsberg-china-atomic-nuclear-weapons/ “THE WHOLE IDEA is to kill the bastards,” Gen. Thomas Power, commander of America’s nuclear forces from 1957 to … Continue reading

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Corona – ratio of daily deaths caused by Corona, by country

Noticed something interesting (and possibly frightening) when I browsed the COVID1-19 death statistics, published by Johns Hopkins University: What I looked at this time (as illustrated in the graph below) is the ratio of deaths per day, presumably caused by … Continue reading

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Trigger-Happy, Autonomous, and Disobedient: Nordbat 2 and Mission Command in Bosnia

https://thestrategybridge.org/the-bridge/2017/9/20/trigger-happy-autonomous-and-disobedient-nordbat-2-and-mission-command-in-bosnia?format=amp&__twitter_impression=true Leadership, when it really matters…!

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No room for Leadership in large organizations

Do you have a “leadership team” in your organization ? Chances are, if you work in a large organization, that there are many teams referring to themselves as “leadership teams”, and many individuals within these teams that see themselves as … Continue reading

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“Five lessons about leadership learned as a sergeant in IDF”

“Five lessons about leadership learned as a sergeant in IDF Great insights into true leadership from Dan Schoenbaum.  (my comments inside brackets) “You have to earn it!” – [i.e. you can only become a true leader if you prove yourself … Continue reading

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Steve Denning on the power shift from producer power to consumer/user power

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Escaping the cult of the average – Shawn Achor

Psychologist Shawn Achor on the importance of perspective and positive state of mind

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The anatomy of an Agile organization

En excellent presentation by Andrea Tomasini of Agile42, a great summary of not only what Agile is, but also about why traditional command & control management practices, invented by Taylor for 100 years ago, will not work in our modern … Continue reading

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