What is next? Thoughts on the Central Bank Chess Game

Central Banks want inflation while pumping up the stock and bond market. If you are looking for inflation, look there. My best guess is that they know damn well that inflation won’t stay there. If they did homework, they have learned from 2008.  Central Banks wanted inflation and they got it, but not where they … Continue reading What is next? Thoughts on the Central Bank Chess Game

Why it’s hard to escape the vicious circle of failing organizational and monetary reforms.

Last week I came across this comment on the December 2019 Federal Reserve meeting: “The bar for lower interest rates and monetary inflation via repo and assets purchases is exceedingly low while bar for future rate increases and monetary restraint very high”. This is an interesting statement.  First, it shows that expansion is easy. It’s … Continue reading Why it’s hard to escape the vicious circle of failing organizational and monetary reforms.

How organizations become ineffective and bloated

“Fanaticism consists in redoubling your efforts when you have forgotten your aim” ~ George Santayana People work to together to establish goals. Collaboration requires organization, a distribution of work over people with several skills to reach efficiency and leverage. Why is organization such an important topic? Because it’s a way how people are solving problems, create … Continue reading How organizations become ineffective and bloated