Emerging Risk Landscape
 
Critical trends impacting the U.S. and global economy.
The Trump effect.
Forces affecting manufacturing and its direction.
"Real" unemployment and the worsening skills crisis.
Dysfunctional political environment and its effect.
Hidden risks, Brexit and the impact of an increasingly aggressive China.
American energy revolution and ramifications for the U.S. and world.
Technology trends and their impact on business and workers.
Global integration trends and their consequences.
Demographic shifts and what can be learned.
New trade agreement risks and opportunities.
Shifting investment trends and their influence on site selection and backshoring.
   

Based on client interests, these and other topics may be discussed with corporate executives and managers during John Manzella's Emerging Risk Landscape consulting sessions.

Why are these sessions so valuable? This consulting service delves into issues that can significantly impact a company's performance well into the future. And its interactive roundtable discussion format helps organizations in their strategic planning and budgeting process.

Executives and managers often make extremely important decisions based on misinformation or a misunderstanding of risks, trends and events. In his Emerging Risk Landscape consulting sessions, John cuts through the clutter, connects the dots so you can better understand what has occurred, and peers into the chain reactions of what's unfolding so you may more accurately grasp what lies ahead – and prepare for it. His insight and analysis help executives and managers improve their decision-making capabilities, reduce risk, and develop more successful U.S. and global business strategies.

Consulting session length of time and depth is contingent on client needs and interests. (Also see our speaking programs, videos and testimonials).

 
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