Don’t invert the risk continuum

“Inverting the risk continuum” is when you — either individual you or work team you — spends a huge amount of time on relatively low-impact, low-risk decisions.

Consider this example:

Inverting the risk continuum can lead a company to lose focus of core business questions. I recently spoke to a group of leaders whose company had made a significant acquisition, one that doubled the…

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