Board Of Governorsconcerns of other actuarial organizations, ils primary focus should be on the needs of current and prospective ... eligi- ble for food stamps and Medicaid, 375 day care centers, 165 senior citizens’ centers, and so on ...
Description: Article Board Of Governors by Bog in The Actuary, March 1979, Volume 13, Number 3Hide
- Authors: Application Administrator
- Date: Mar 1979
- Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge>Actuarial theory in business context; External Forces & Industry Knowledge>External forces and business performance; Technical Skills & Analytical Problem Solving>Problem analysis and definition
- Publication Name: The Actuary Magazine
- Topics: Actuarial Profession>Code of Conduct; Actuarial Profession>Qualifications; Actuarial Profession>Professional associations; Experience Studies & Data>Mortality; Health & Disability>Accident insurance; Life Insurance>Non-forfeiture benefits
Little Tent vs. Big Tent- Newtonian vs. Quantum ThinkingLittle Tent vs. Big Tent- Newtonian vs. Quantum Thinking From a session at a meeting of the Society ... about the advent of HMOs, they turned the health-care business upside down and certainly the insurance ...
Description: From a session at a meeting of the Society of Actuaries held in San Diego, CA, June 22-23, 2000 This session describes the big tent vs. little tent approach to the actuarial profession's future and relates these to the Quantum vs. Newtonian ways of thinking.Hide
- Authors: A Norman Crowder, Dorn Swerdlin, Application Administrator
- Date: May 2000
- Competency: Leadership>Change management; Relationship Management>Relationships and trust; Strategic Insight and Integration>Big picture view
- Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
- Topics: Actuarial Profession>Qualifications; Actuarial Profession>Professional associations