Mr. Ramat is currently a private investor and has extensive operational and general business experience in several industries including: biotechnology, medical devices, commercial finance, real estate and mobile communications. He has served on various business company boards, philanthropies and trade organizations.
Charles Ramat shared his business experience and insights around management, decision-making, and philanthropy. He offered the group advice based on his business experience and how he would make decisions based on the challenges offered by members sitting around the table. An in-depth conversation regarding mitigating risk in business developed. It was humbling to hear Mr. Ramat say that the only way to have no self-doubt is to know that you know nothing.
The discussion evolved into the topic of what, if any, room do “feelings” have in business decisions. The AlmaSession concluded with a discussion of a “real-life case study,” SpaceIL, which offered a powerful perspective in terms of how leaders approach, analyze, and understand complex decisions and challenges.