Category Archives: Risk Management

How to Lower Your Risk of Entering a New Market: One Good Idea

Laura Patterson September 16, 2021 Several recent conversations with new entrepreneurs as well as veteran business owners have been on the topic of entering a new market or new customer segment. In each instance, a key concern was a strategy for mitigating risk of entry. While each person recognized there is always some degree the … Continue reading How to Lower Your Risk of Entering a New Market: One Good Idea

Why Do Smart People Deny Serious Risks? (And What to Do About It)

Gleb Tsipursky May 4, 2021 When a threat seems clear to you, it’s hard to believe others will deny it. Yet smart people deny serious risks, even obvious ones, all the time. A case in point example comes from my experience helping a mid-size regional insurance company conduct a strategic pivot to thrive in the … Continue reading Why Do Smart People Deny Serious Risks? (And What to Do About It)

Risks Can and Should Be Calculated. Here’s the Formula.

Daniel Burrus February 12, 2021 Learning to become anticipatory versus being agile and reactionary will prove to be far more effective in helping you think exponentially, skip your biggest problems with ease, and ultimately envision and bring to life amazing new ideas with the confidence that certainty provides. Evolve with Anticipation At first glance, it’s … Continue reading Risks Can and Should Be Calculated. Here’s the Formula.

Kick the Year Off Right by Identifying, Assessing and Mitigating Risk in Your Contracts

David Parks January 8, 2021 In one of my earlier blogs, I discussed how you should make the case for modern contract management. Hopefully, those arguments were so compelling that you now have the budget and staff you need to take over the world. If that seems slightly out of reach, I hope you at … Continue reading Kick the Year Off Right by Identifying, Assessing and Mitigating Risk in Your Contracts