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March 30, 2018

Twenty years ago, ISPI chartered and recognized its first and only virtual, bilingual and international chapter.: ISPI Global Network

A year before, a group of long time ISPI leaders and contributors from more than 15 countries got together in Chicago to close an agreem...

Two out of the three Roger Kaufman Awards 2018 for oustanding social impact will go to Argentinean talent and organizations. 

The US Embassy in Buenos Aires will host on March 21st, 2018 at 3 pm the ceremony bestowing the Roger Kaufman Awards to Diego Fernandez, Secreta...

Agricultural and agribusiness innovation has always been controversial. The results of the Green Revolution started in the  1960s by Norman Borlaug -awarded the Nobel Price in 1970- in Mexico (Sonora and Mexico City) and the less known but equally consequential M.S. Sw...

Networks, explains Harvard's economic historian Niall Ferguson in his latest book The Square and the Tower: Networks and Power, from the Freemasons to Facebook, are key to understand how economic innovation and revolutions happen. Networks precede formal institutions,...

January 18, 2018

In this podcast, John has a conversation with Dr. Mariano Bernardez entitled “From Bosses to Partners - Leadership in the Share Economy.” Mariano shares his experiences and perspectives about building professional societies, city neighborhoods and entire economic regio...

The old MBA paradigms based on long and complex, analytics-based strategic plans, demographics and focus groups research, large investments on a new product or service and even larger in marketing and sales campaign are plainly obsolete. Cash-rich, brand-recognized com...

October 10, 2017

Since 2014, the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI), based on Washington DC, has instituted the Roger Kaufman Award to recognize organizations, projects and individuals for outstanding and measurable contributions to societal impact.

This year the A...

Uber's public scandals and its spreading business, legal and financial consequences showcases dramatically the importance of grown-up, well-balanced management at the helm of fast-growing high-tech startups.

Uber's plight illustrates the challenges and of growing App-ba...

Roger Kaufman wrote this Fable back in 1991, as part of his book Strategic Planning Plus. I asked him for his permission to republish it in this Review, because I think it summarizes in a poignant and literary way the choices we can make in our professional direction.


“Change has three stages: in the first stage, it is impossible. In the second stage, it is improbable. In the third stage, it is inevitable.”

Barack Obama, community organizer,

44th President of the United States

“The pilot experience (or prototype) was a success, and we...

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