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  • Learnings from Survey Research with Americans Age 85+

    The Society of Actuaries (SOA) recently completed the study The Post-Retirement Experiences of Individuals 85+ Years Old. The research includes in-depth interviews and two surveys, a telephone survey of individuals age 85+ and an on-line survey of adult children who are familiar with their parents’ finances and planning.

  • Finding Organizational Futures that Matter

    If you ask a group of fifty leaders, how many of you consider yourselves visionary thinkers, how many hands would go up? In our experience, not that many. Most leaders don’t consider “being visionary” part of their skill set. While many recognize the need to be visionary, most lack an understanding of what that means. This has resulted in a focus on formulating vision statements, rather than experiencing the visioning process.