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Regulatory Risk, Value Creation & Leadership

A New Model for Growth

 

 

 

 

80% of CEOs consider over-regulation

one of the top two threats to their organization's growth prospects.

—PwC Global CEO Survey, February 2017

 

 

 

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ews outlets tell us with unfortunate regularity about innovative companies that lose time, reputation and money in conflicts with regulators. 

 

These stories often ask whether requesting regulatory

permission or forgiveness is a company's best bet.  In fact, however, the question to ask is more nuanced than that.

 

Why?  Because regulatory risk is a key to recognizing strategy opportunities that enable your enterprise to create greater value and emerge as a global economic leader.

 

How can your enterprise make sure it is recognizing and capitalizing in full on its regulatory risks?

 

This program covers anecdotes and practical steps that improve your team's ability to recognize and capitalize on the often overlooked risks and opportunities that lie beyond obvious regulatory duties. 

 

We identify a new model built at the intersection of regulatory risk, value creation and leadership.  Based on experiece with both North American and European enterprises in a range of industries, the model strengthens your economics, your growth plan and your ability to lead.

 

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Opening Questions  |  Why is Eric Holder here?

 

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Three Tales of Regulatory Risk  | The Icon, The Start-up, The Multi-national

 

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Dark Endings:  The Impact of Overlooked Risks  |  Sudden Adios x 3

 

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Script Flip:  Creating Value from Regulatory Risk

 

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New Chapter:  Emerge as a Global Economic Leader

 

  Session Music by Phoenix  |  S. O. S. in Bel Air

 

 

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William Devine leads the Board + Management Practice.  He is Adjunct Professor of Management at Menlo College.  He wrote The Cost of a College Touchdown:  A Story of Trustee Miscalculation (Smashwords, 2014), and Women, Men & Money (Random House, 1998).  He once coached a season of college basketball.

 

 

 

 

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