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Engaging Proactively with the Risk of World Misleadership

Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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Bachner, Jennifer / Ginsberg, Benjamin.  What Washington Gets Wrong: the unelected officials who actually run the government and their misconceptions about the American people. Prometheus Books, 2016.

Botkin, James W. / Elmandjra, Mahdi / Malitza, Mircea.  No Limits to Learning; bridging the human gap. Pergamon, 1979  ("A Report to the Club of Rome").

Development, / Concepts, / Doctrine Centre  (DCDC).    Red Teaming Guide. UK Ministry of Defence, 2013. [text]

Gowin, Nik / Langdon, Chris.  Thinking the Unthinkable: a new imperative for leadership in the digital age. Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, 2016.. [text]

Hitchens, Christopher.  The Trial of Henry Kissinger. Verso, 2001. [summary]

Kahn, Herman.  Thinking about the Unthinkable. Horizon Press, 1962.

Kahn, Herman.  Thinking about the unthinkable in the 1980s. Simon and Schuster,1984.

Raymond, Eric S.  The Cathedral and the Bazaar. O'Reilly Media, 1999. [summary]

Rayment, John / Smith, Jonathan.  Misleadership: Prevalence, Causes and Consequences. Gower, 2011. [review]

Sloane, Paul.  Thinking the Unthinkable. Enterprise Innovation . [text]

Smits, Stanley J. / Ally, Niveen Ezzat.  "Thinking the Unthinkable": Leadership's role in creating behavioral readiness for crisis management, Competitiveness Review, 13, 2003, 1, pp. 1-23. [text]

Symonds, Peter.  "Thinking Through the Unthinkable": RAND Corporation Lays out Scenarios for US War with China. Global Research, 5 August 2016. [text]

Taleb, Nassim Nicholas.  The Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable. Random House, 2007. [summary]

Taleb, Nassim Nicholas.  Antifragile: Things That Gain From Disorder. Random House, 2012. [summary]