Well, we've all likely had our fill of bad news. Not to say there won't be more dire predictions on the way, but we're all a bit tired of hearing the sky is falling. Aren't great fortunes made, or at least begun, in the fertile soil of chaos?
Scott Anthony just published a great article on innovative companies that profited
from the fact that bad ideas weren't well funded, credit tightened, talent became available, and so on.
So what defines the winners and the losers? Are there characteristics of both? How should CI be tracking these issues in a period of disruption?
I don't know the answers, but I love the questions. It would be great to hear from the experts here.
And if you want, we'll be discussing this live at the Connecticut SCIP chapter
meeting next week, Jan. 21. If it interests you, come out for some face time!