This Week in Leadership (Nov 22 - Nov 28)
Surging COVID cases have leaders debating their return-to-office plans. Plus, business books for the holidays and tips for launching a second career.
The last two years have seen several high-profile examples of excessive risk-taking in the corporate world. Adding regulations to avoid any repeat of the global financial crisis will be ineffective if it is not accompanied by a wholesale change in companies' own attitude to risk.
Calculated risk? offers insight from chairmen, CEOs and board members of the world's leading organizations on how the approach to risk has changed in the wake of the economic meltdown. The study reveals that large global businesses see their own attitude to risk as more important than regulation, and are dramatically changing it due to the increasing complexity of risk, heightened public interest in corporate behavior and the ability of contentious issues to go viral on the Internet, as well as the threat of new regulation.