Risk resilience: Reckoning with a new era of threats

Globalization, technological change, and economic realignment are likely to drive volatility for years to come. Against this backdrop, leading private companies are rethinking their approach to risk so that shocks to the system won't derail corporate strategy and undermine growth. Done right, risk resilience is embedded throughout the company's culture via a disciplined, formal approach. That approach can take a variety of forms, including business continuity management, internal controls, and enterprise risk management, to name just a few.

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