Strategy Development in a Turbulent Business Climate: Concepts and Methods
The accelerating speed of change in the food and agribusiness industries is resulting in more risk and uncertainty Â– the future is becoming much less predictable. The drivers of these uncertainties are also changing Â– strategic risk which generally has a low probability of occurrence, but large consequences has begun to replace tactical risk. Managing these risks requires not only new assessment tools such as scorecarding and mapping, but also more systematic decision frameworks. In essence, strategic risk management involves using the proper assessment and management tools so as to truncate the loss exposure and capture the profit potential of these risks.
Volume (Year): 08 (2005)
Issue (Month): 02 ()
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