Vadim Katcherovski, Founder and CEO of Easy Projects.

Growth is paramount for any CEO. Yet scaling successfully and minimizing growing pains requires forward-thinking preparation and long-term planning - and tools that facilitate this. Unfortunately, many companies often use short-sighted solutions for immediate problems, without thinking of the bigger picture.

Matt Paese, Vice President, Development Dimensions International

Failure hurts. Crisis is painful and exhausting. Mistakes are costly. It’s also true that inside the discomfort and loss, often profound wisdom, strength, and innovation may be gained. But finding these is not guaranteed.

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Daniel Wagner & Dante Disparte, Authors, Global Risk Agility and Decision Making

As risks have evolved from being phenomenological occurrences in the natural world, the twenty-first century is in many ways the era of man-made risk and man-stoked fires. From cyber risk--which is increasingly mutating to impact all facets of the modern economy--to terrorism, climate change, and reputation risk, mounting a credible defense to these risks requires as much soft skill as it does technical risk and analytical capabilities. Moreover, twenty-first century survival depends very much on our ability to harness risk, encourage bounded risk taking, and improving overall organizational and societal resilience.



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