Something that is resilient isn’t the actual opposite of fragile — it isn’t made better when shaken — it’s just able to withstand being shaken.
Call them mental models, call them viewpoints, the point is the same: the box in which we conceive of what’s possible serves as an artificial barrier that confines our thinking.
An article in the Wall Street Journal (Saturday/Sunday edition, September 28 – 29, 2019) revealed that the corporate debt of large physician services companies, TeamHealth and Envision Healthcare, was now trading below the distress ratio.
We’re living in a time of fast-paced change. Sure. But, I think people have been saying that since the Enlightenment. Maybe it’s the one thing that’s remained constant. But maybe it’s not. Some things have certainly remained the same.
Take a seat as Mark discusses the concept of antifagility as applied to your medical group and then shares a tool to achieve it.