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  • Reinsurance Markets, Captives, and Generative Thinking

    Reinsurance Markets, Captives, and Generative Thinking, of generative thinking. Generative thinking has been described as a step beyond strategic planning. It, have implications for the company doing the thinking. In the next article we will explore generative thinking in greater detail. John Foehl, who is coeditor of Captive.com, currently serves
  • Captive Insurance Conferences: Governance as Leadership = Generative Thinking

    Captive Insurance Conferences: Governance as Leadership = Generative Thinking, How generative thinking is evolving in a captive board of directors environment will be explained, of Directors has moved down the path of generative thinking starting in 2013. Generative thinking and its, of thinking and decision making: fiduciary, strategic, and generative. An environment with low interest, , sessions with concrete ways to apply generative board thinking. He will share some of the outcomes, as Leadership by Richard Chait, William Ryan, and Barbara Taylor. Generative governance challenges
  • Captive Insurers Have Resource for Generative Thinking Materials

    Captive Insurers Have Resource for Generative Thinking Materials, One of the benefits of the large multinational reinsurers is the amount of research they produce. Captives looking for generative thinking materials for strategic discussions would be well advised to utilize this educational resource. Swiss Re is one of these reinsurers, and it produces the monograph Sigma, typically on a monthly basis. As a board member for a large regional property/casualty company, we are provided with copies of this publication as part of our board packet
  • Captive Insurance Independent Directors May Utilize Generative Thinking

    Captive Insurance Independent Directors May Utilize Generative Thinking, a captive insurance company board's ability to utilize generative thinking about the future. Below is a brief refresher for those who have not read our articles on generative thinking ("Reinsurance Markets, Captives, and Generative Thinking," September 25, 2014; "Does Your Captive Board Spend Most, : Governance as Leadership = Generative Thinking," September 18, 2015). Generative thinking entails, for operating in each Part of the issues many boards struggle with in trying to adopt generative
  • Captive Insurance Industry Conference To Feature Captive.com, Captive Wire Editor

    model challenges boards to engage in three modes of thinking and decision making: fiduciary, strategic, and generative. While all three are important, generative thinking is often the most difficult--but also critical to navigating the future successfully. Generative mode thinking can lay the groundwork, 21, will provide some concrete suggestions for applying generative thinking with the governing board, of “Moving to Generative Governance for Captive Insurance Boards” at the Captive Insurance Council
  • Does Your Captive Board Spend Most of Its Time Reviewing the Past? Should It?

    introduced the concept of generative thinking, a method for trying to imagine the future. We all, and may only tangentially engage in the third. This results because the idea of generative thinking is not well known nor understood. The authors define generative thinking as “a cognitive process, of you will ask how is generative thinking any different than strategic planning? There are two, to help make sense of the questions outlined above. Generative thinking is an effort to see
  • A Guide to Strategic Planning Environmental Analysis

    to move beyond strategy toward true generative thinking. Captive.com has previously provided several basic articles on generative thinking: "Reinsurance Markets, Captives, and Generative Thinking, ?" September 29, 2014; "Captive Insurance Conferences: Governance as Leadership = Generative Thinking," September 18, 2015; and "Captive Insurance Independent Directors May Utilize Generative Thinking, , the PEST approach is usually sufficient. Thinking about PEST in the context of a captive insurance
  • Strategic Planning Is for Futurists

    Today's featured article on Captive.com, "A Guide to Strategic Planning Environmental Analysis," encourages captive managers and board members to participate in an environmental analysis as part of their tactical and strategic planning. The article describes how this type of analysis can serve as the foundation for scenario planning, a key element in long-range or generative thinking. A recent, are convinced that, now more than ever, everyone needs to start thinking the way they do. "What futurists
  • Captive Insurance Conference Set for District of Columbia

    the way boards think and make decisions. He will share how the generative thinking model has been used, Trends." Mr. Foehl's presentation, "Moving to Generative Governance for Captive Insurance Boards
  • Captive Insurers with Property Exposures Should Explore Infrastructure Risk Topic

    with property exposures looking to embrace generative thinking would do well to add infrastructure risk