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Behavioral Insurance

Twenty years ago I felt very alone as a behavioral person working in strategy/business development of a leading Swedish insurance company. I was asked to help produce a new strategy for the corporate insurance division, so I looked at the

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Why HR lost its’ spot in the executive committee

Professor David Wilson figures that HR spends 85 percent of the time fixing concrete things such as making sure everyone is paid correctly, hiring and firing, training and checking the work environment*.  The remaining 15 percent spent on strategic work

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How being different beats being smart

Check out the graph below. My portfolio (green line) is outperforming the OMX30* by 45 to 22 percent in the last year.  That is not a surprise.  This is the pattern I expect, based on my Analysis of thirty listed Corporations

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EIBA beats the OMX30 index.

I buy shares in noted Swedish corporations purely on the results of engagement surveys. Where results rise I buy, without even glancing at any other factors. Does this sound stupid? So far it works.  My intention is not to publish

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