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How companies can adapt during times of political uncertainty

Laker, B. ORCID: and Roulet, T. (2019) How companies can adapt during times of political uncertainty. Harvard Business Review. ISSN 0017-8012

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Whether it’s Brexit in the United-Kingdom, the Yellow Vest Movement in France, civil unrest in Venezuela, or the U.S. government shutdown, firms are having to adapt their investment, growth plans, and allocation of resources to deal with greater political uncertainty. How should firms adapt? Experts have decided a framework for how firms should restructure their operations in cases of uncertainty. The first step is evaluating the nature and the scope of uncertainty. The second is considering the nature of the markets the firm has a presence on.

Item Type:Article
Divisions:Henley Business School > Leadership, Organisations and Behaviour
ID Code:82459
Publisher:Harvard Business School

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