No Time Like Now

Malugen, William
October 2008
Best's Review;Oct2008, Vol. 109 Issue 6, p96
Trade Publication
The article discusses the strategic approach to risk management in the insurance industry in the U.S. It tackles the factors to consider in identifying areas for strategic risk management and the three areas for improvement which include reviewing programs, utilizing a team approach and being nimble in making adjustments. The role of management information in strategic planning is highlighted.


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