Managing risk crucial in current economic climate

As we are seeing with the U.S. financial crisis risk management was likely not a course that executives took in their MBA programs. The once unpopular elective has new attention. Robert Meyer co-director of the Risk Management and Decision Processes Center at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School reports that demand for risk management courses has increased and he expects steady interest in risk management for the next five years. So what kinds of risk are worth considering as you plan for the new business year? Here is the short list. Business risk is tied to management . . .

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