Chartreuse has long been one of my favorite bloggers – his photograph laden posts read like a visual form of poetry. Even though he posts much rarer today than he did a few years back, I’ve been enjoying his occasional post — I think he has one of the most interesting views on Web 2.0 and the state of the world today.
In his post from earlier this week, Chartreuse talks about Lessons for Upper Management from INXS:
These are turbulent times. And despite what some people think, it ain’t going away soon.
Your company needs to be careful about the assumptions it makes.
You should be listening carefully not just during the bad times but doing the good times as well. And stick to your core beliefs.
If you do the hard times won’t come as such a surprise.
In a world of Black Swans preparing for the unexpected is…expected.
Now INXS was one of my favorite bands, so of course I’m going to check this one out.. but I actually enjoyed this post (and his previous post The Layman’s Guide to the End of the World (part one)) so much that I sent both of them to my team at work.