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Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Published in: "Balanced Scorecard Report", 2011

Abstract

Following his 2009 BSR article on risk and the Kaplan-Norton strategy execution framework, Robert Kaplan has conducted, with Anette Mikes, an extensive program of research, case-writing, and teaching on risk management. The two expanded the scope of their study beyond the financial sector and the failures leading to the 2007-2008 global financial crisis. Here, they identify three categories of risk and elaborate on the ways companies can identify and mitigate them, with particular emphasis on strategy execution risks.

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Abstract

Following his 2009 BSR article on risk and the Kaplan-Norton strategy execution framework, Robert Kaplan has conducted, with Anette Mikes, an extensive program of research, case-writing, and teaching on risk management. The two expanded the scope of their study beyond the financial sector and the failures leading to the 2007-2008 global financial crisis. Here, they identify three categories of risk and elaborate on the ways companies can identify and mitigate them, with particular emphasis on strategy execution risks.

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