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September 14, 2010


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It is a very interesting "Blog Title" while it might imply real risk taken by the State Department, I see it as creating leadership and global cultured organized communities. These communities provide collective input used by stake holders & State Department in risk assessment for best policy implementation at various global and local levels.

I would be interested in finding the statistical significance of global vs. local communities efforts.

At a Corporate level is actually very similarly implemented with pre-selected regulatory and quality management or specific business unit stake holders risk assessment roles. I believe the role assignment is critical since it could result in action bias, misrepresentation and conflicts of interest in some instances.

Stu Higgins

Interesting article. Good read.

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