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3 Emerging Market Risks Companies Should Watch for in 2018

Harvard Business

They devote far more time to internal execution and competitive risks than to external risks that can change the playing field. This means that many emerging market risks get cut from the senior leadership agenda. At Frontier Strategy Group, we observed that in 2017, executives and boards paid the most attention to risks that dominated global headlines: Brexit, the Trump administration’s trade policy, cybersecurity, and, more recently, North Korea.

8 Leading Areas for Change In Risk Management/Analysis In The Coming Years

Strategy Driven

Managers and people in higher positions, in general, are always looking for ways to improve bottom-line operations and minimize the risks. Risk management helps them stay on top of the market challenges and trends in the relevant industry.

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Why P2P Lending Makes Complete Sense for Startups

Strategy Driven

The P2P lending market was valued at $67.93 percent, despite the global pandemic crisis. Since the entire process is technologically driven, it ensures transparency and involves low operating costs and market risk. For instance, the loan marketplace platform Swaper has built its own AI scoring model that’s completely automated and adjusts legislation changes to the new risk terms. They do not have administrative and operational costs to pay.

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Benefits of Debriefing

Strategy Driven

The Forces of global change can render professional skill sets obsolete almost overnight. Organizations that fail to continuously revise assumptions about their operating environment (i.e. market) risk obsolescence or irrelevance. Information overload is the management crisis of the 21stcentury. Fighter Pilots and Special Operations teams have discovered and used a secret to continuous improvement – a tool every enterprise can benefit from.

Can Your C-Suite Handle Big Data?

Harvard Business Review

The chief financial officer (CFO) role rose to prominence in the mid -1980’s as pressures for value management and more transparent investor relations gained traction. Adding a chief marketing officer (CMO) became crucial as new channels and media raised the complexity of brand building, while Chief strategy officers (CSOs) joined top teams to help grapple with complex and fast-changing global markets.