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Political risk : how businesses and organizations can anticipate global insecurity
Rice, Condoleezza, 1954- author.
First edition.
Publication Information:
New York, NY : Twelve, Hachette Book Group, 2018.

Physical Description:
321 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Examines the topic of political risk, discussing the essential lessons, corrective measures, and counterintuitive insights for executives, entrepreneurs, and investors to navigate an uncertain, volatile world.

The probability that a political action could significantly impact a company's business is affecting more businesses in more ways than ever before. Political risk stems from a widening array of actors, including Twitter users, local officials, activists, terrorists, hackers, and more. Rice and Zegart analyze the evolving landscape of political risk, explain what businesses can do to navigate it, and what all of us must learn to better understand and grapple with these rapidly changing global political dynamics. -- adapted from jacket.
The blackfish effect: 21st century political risk -- Move over, Hugo Chávez -- How we got here: mega trends in business, technology, and politics since the Cold War -- Mind games and groupthink: why good political risk management is so hard -- Moving beyond intuition: our political risk framework -- The art of boat spotting: understanding political risks -- Analyzing risks like a physicist -- The nuclear triad, the empty plane, and other ways to mitigate risks -- Zulu time: responding to crises -- Strengthening your political risk muscles.
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