Uncertainty Advantage: Leadership Lessons for Turning Risk Outside-In

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Archway Publishing, 12 sty 2017 - 196

Risk and uncertainty may sound scary, but todays best business leaders are navigating both to gain strategic advantage over competitorsand you can, too.
This guide for business leaders examines risk and opportunity through the lens of some of the worlds most respected visionaries, including Howard Schultz, Andy Grove, Peter Huntsman, John Krafcik, Peter Leibinger, Doug Hepper, and many more.
These visionaries looked beyond financial performance to see opportunitiesand they did so by understanding uncertainty. Then, they decisively acted to create measurable results that coincided with the future they envisioned.
Find out how they did it, and learn how to:
identify, define, and convert uncertainty into value;
become more opportunistic when facing uncertainty;
develop the skill to spot where advantages are likely to emerge; and
create an environment where managers and leaders complement each other.
Filled with case studies on companies such as Hyundai, Starbucks, Roche, and Intel, this guide delivers proven ways to create value and leverage uncertainty. It is the culmination of a decade of research and interaction with dozens of companies and growth leaders who prove that pursuing a market driven strategy to navigating uncertainty will gain measurable market advantage.


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A MarketDriven Strategy To Uncertainty
The Landscape Of Uncertainty
The Transformation Agenda
Principle of Execution
Manage Risk Navigate Uncertainty
Markets Move Fast But Organizations Do
The Devils In The Details And This Demands Relentless Pursuit
Epilogue The Circle Of Uncertainty
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Gary S. Lynch is the founder and CEO of The Risk Project LLC, an advisory, intelligence and research firm. Gary has worked with global manufacturing, financial services, life sciences, chemical, and technology companies around the world. He held strategy and intelligence positions at Booz Allen Hamilton, Gartner Group, JPMorgan Chase, Prudential, and Marsh. He has also held advisory positions with the World Economic Forum’s Global Risk Network, U.S. Department of Commerce’s Advisory Committee on Supply Chain Competitiveness, and currently serves as a Senior Research Fellow at the R.H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland.

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