In 2000, Consultants from McKinsey & Company, Inc proposed a portfolio management approach known as the Three Horizons. Each horizon describes the maturity and relative risk of projects, and is a way to allow companies to manage a portfolio of projects for current and future growth.
Seventy-nine percent of Americans have access to an employer-sponsored 401(k) plan. We understand — rationally — the need to put money aside now to prepare for the future.
We’ve seen the compound growth charts, and heard that even a tiny investment today is better than nothing; it will grow dramatically over time. There may be ups and downs, but with a longer time horizon, you’re more likely to profit from those ups and downs than if you wait to invest.
We know this, right? It makes sense?
The average age of a company on the S&P 500 is plummeting!
Disrupt or be disrupted!
You need to pursue a Blue Ocean Strategy at all costs!
If you’re not scared, you’re not paying attention!!