Posted on May 15, 2020
Our Head of Secondary, Mr Mathew Stein, talks about the importance of antifragility. When exposed to stress or disorder, a fragile thing will weaken or break. The opposite of this would be a thing that grows stronger in response to that same stress or disorder. We don’t use the right word to express that quality; strong and resilient things remain unchanged, but the antifragile thing gets better in response to a crisis. Has your response to COVID-19 been an antifragile one?