Topical Meeting

All day

This event is by invitation only.

Venue: Credit Suisse, New York, NY

Co-organizer: Michael Mauboussin, Credit-Suisse and Chair of SFI Board of Trustees

Many forms of human endeavor involve combinations of skill and luck, and in most cases those two components of performance are inextricably entangled. Based on the work described in co-organizer Michael Mauboussin's "The Success Equation: Untangling Skill and Luck in Business, Sports, and Investing”, this topical meeting will review the conceptual and methodological strategies needed to distinguish skill from luck to the extent possible, and to use those distinctions to help formulate better decisions.

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Purpose: 
Business Network

Welcome and Introduction to Skill and Luck

AuthorsChris Wood and Michael Mauboussin

Why is Baseball Better at Using Its Data to Allocate Assets than the Financial Industry?

AuthorsJoe Peta

Winning and Luck on Golf's PGA Tour

AuthorsMark Broadie

Are the Highest Performers the Best?

AuthorsJerker Denrell

More than Just Lucky: Three Rules for Exceptional Corporate Performance

AuthorsMichael Raynor

Untangling Skill and Luck Among Active Portfolio Managers

AuthorsRuss Wermers

Parallel Universe for Decision Making: Investing and Ice Hockey

AuthorsJim Morrow

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