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Who killed strategic planning?

For some time now, strategic planning has been dying a slow death. Rapid acceleration in the rate of change and innovation along with instability in the global economy have made long-range forecasting obsolete. That may come as welcome news to many executives and managers...

source: By Michael J. Berens
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There's no hiding that the road to retirement is both long and risky. Many Americans live paycheck to paycheck, making prudent saving effectively impossible. According to the Corporation for Enterprise Development, nearly 17 million households in the United States, 14.7...

source: Wall St. Cheat Sheet via USA Today

As costs for DNA sequencing drop, hundreds of thousands of Americans are undergoing the procedure to see if they are at risk for inherited diseases. But while federal law bars employers and health insurers from seeking the results, insurers can still use them in all but...

source: The New York Times

How can you stay in your customers' minds? It's easy with a few postcards. Mail postcards to prospects...

source: By Jeffrey Dobkin

For some time now, strategic planning has been dying a slow death. Rapid acceleration in the rate of change...

source: By Michael J. Berens

In spite of widespread claims that outsourcing of investments is set to explode, data gathered by FTAdviser across more than 10,000 advisors suggests only a creeping trend away from fund picking and that two-thirds still do not consider themselves to "outsource" at all....

source: FT Adviser

Financial advisors optimism in the economy and the markets fell only slightly during March, according to Wealthmanagement.com's Advisor Confidence Index, but still remains in positive territory.

source: Wealth Management

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