OPINION20 December 2019

Planning for opportunism

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People instinctively understand opportunism which is why Fomo is so powerful, but businesses could learn from this writes Rory Sutherland.

How much of life is the product of simple luck rather than forward planning? That chance meeting; a misdialled telephone number; an encounter at a party you never planned to attend?

Answer honestly, and you’ll be surprised how much in ...