Dalio Says His “Principles” Useful In The Board Room Or…. The White HouseMark Melin
In a political system where people are increasingly intolerant of opposing viewpoints, Ray Dalio’s “Principles” offer a diametrically different path forward. In a book of the same title released September 19, Dalio advocates for an “idea meritocracy” that involves “ radical transparency ” in looking at and searching for opposing viewpoints to assist in decision-making. These broad concepts . . .
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