From ChangeThis: It is easy to wallow in the magni­tude of the current cata­strophe. But to prevent the next cata­strophe, we must examine how and why the fall occurred. After all, the best solu­tion is not to pad the ground, but to prevent the slip more accu­rately, to prevent the many slips that culmi­nate in the final slip before the fall. Corpo­rate leaders have slipped, repeat­edly. And finally inevitably they fell, hard. On us. · Go to Right­eous Anger: “Mad as Hell” at “Greed is Good” →