- Confidence that executives have valuable roles to play even if they don’t always have the right answer-
- A high level of trust in the intelligence and capabilities of employees-
- The willingness to follow numbers and analysis wherever they lead (as long as they are more-or-less consistent with common sense)-
- A pretty strong analytical and financial orientation (since futures markets aren’t something that every Joe or Jane understands).
Read the previous blog posts by Chris. F. Masse:
- We regret to inform you of the passing of BettingMarket.com.
- Niall O’Connor, the one-data-point analyst
- The best headline of the day –post Michigan
- Enterprise prediction markets will be the next big thing when… hierarchies are flat.
- Prediction Markets vs. Bookmakers — The Ultimate Argument
- The Michigan primary as seen thru the prism of the InTrade prediction markets
- BitGravity = video distribution network