Managing Regulatory and Political Risk

Posted by Robert Flynn on Nov 21, 2017 3:38:26 PM

In our paper The Global Economy’s New Frontiers, my colleague Nathaniel Emmons and I argue that when investing in emerging economies, companies can realize high returns but only if the risks are successfully managed. Transnational mining companies operating in Zimbabwe, for instance, are in crisis management mode following this month’s coup, impeachment of President Mugabe, and transfer of power to yet another strong-man. Not an unanticipated series of events given the political instability experienced in recent years, and something that needs intense effort to navigate.

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Topics: Consumer Goods, Healthcare, Merger and Acquisition, Competitive Strategy, Early Warning

New Year's Resolutions for the Competitive Strategist

Posted by Ken Sawka on Dec 19, 2016 10:38:10 AM

As 2016 ends, few would argue that most businesses are in for a roller coaster ride in 2017.  The United States is set for a hard-right turn politically, the Brexit process is facing new uncertainties regarding its duration and manner, and accusations of Russian cyber espionage and China’s muscle-flexing in the Asia Pacific region foreshadow turbulence in international relations. Longer-term demographic shifts in developed and developing economies will continue to affect wealth patterns and create new consumption opportunities.  What are strategists to do?

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Topics: Competitive Intelligence, Competitive Strategy, Early Warning

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