Increasing Risk Intelligence
When companies set out to design a radically new product or service, they take risks that can't necessarily be measured with standard financial models. But David Apgar, a managing director of the Corporate Executive Board, believes that such risks—the danger of alienating consumers with a daring brand extension, for example—can still be managed efficiently to avoid spectacular flops.
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