By John Caslione in Chaotics, Events, Uncategorized at September 6th, 2009
Chaotics: The Business of Managing and Marketing in The Age of Turbulence is continuing it’s worldwide roll-out with a successful UK launch event on June 21st 2009 at London’s prestigious Institute of Directors (IoD) on the fabled Pall Mall. Philip and I were humbled by the turnout and thought provoking questions. Below are some pictures from the event, thanks to all those who attended.
I’m proud to announce the book is now available in 25 languages in more than 50 countries!
Chaotics co-authors John Caslione and Philip Kotler
Philip Kotler and Donatella Ceccarelli Caslione
John Caslione and Chaotics, LLC. board member, Jeremy Ling
By Chaotics in Uncategorized at May 4th, 2009
I have now realized that more and more the stock markets (NYSE, NASDAQ, London Stock Exchange) are less and less indicative of the true and real health of the economy. The stock markets have always been driven in great measure by psychology and too often less by the actual performance of companies whose shares are being valued.
One emerging feature of the “new normality” may be that there is an increasing disconnect between the equities markets and the true state of the ecomony.
Possibly a very wide disconnect, that may further bolster the CEOs and managing directors of business Taking greater control of their businesses and less control and influence that the investment bankers and their analysts may have over them.
We must be mindful of this becoming an emerging trend.
By Chaotics in Chaotic Strategies, Chaotics Early Warning System, Globalization, Turbulence, Uncategorized at April 13th, 2009
Addressing world leaders at the G20 Summit, British prime minister, Gordon Brown, said:
“The world lacks a proper early warning system…we have never given anybody sufficient teeth so that their views are treated so seriously that people will immediately have to act when that early warning is given.” Mr. Geithner agrees: “I am skeptical about the ability of central banks and regulators to provide early warnings of crises. We need to build a system that is safe against uncertainty, against ignorance, against the failure to identify the future source of crisis.” Look no further chaps.