Stepping Out

Pollock, Robert B.
February 2009
Best's Review;Feb2009, Vol. 109 Issue 10, p84
Trade Publication
The article reports on the holistic view of business exposure. It is noted that viewing the world of risk management requires a holistic view of business and industry exposures. It cites that beyond technical expertise is the need to deal with issues that are important to customers on a daily basis, unique and deserving of a customized approach. To have a broader perspective and leadership skills to drive corporate direction enables one to translate that discipline through different businesses.


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