Growth Management

Inadequate formulation and execution of strategic decisions is strongly implicated in the financial crisis. A better handle on strategic risk can avoid recurrences of unsustainable, overly rapid growth.

Monday, October 04, 2010 , By Marthias Schmit and Lin-Sya Chao

The financial crisis has revealed the weaknesses and unsustainability of the growth achieved by several financial institutions that frequently did not adequately account for strategic risk in their organizations.

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