Taming Risk in a Volatile WorldPosted by Leo M. Tilman, May 30th, 2011, 2:40pm
Financial executives and investors today are haunted by a chilling sense that the world economy may be at risk of a worst-case systemic breakdown. But predictions of upcoming apocalypse have little value unless they are turned into a learning opp
ortunity for individuals,
companies and societies. Richard S. Levick and Leo M. Tilman describe how every firm must strive to make crisis management an indissoluble part of executive decisions that are closely integrated with strategic planning and risk management processes.