The economic forecast has a major weirdness. Most of my colleagues and I think that this year will bring light-to-moderate growth, but we’re also warning of the possibility of a recession triggered by the European financial crisis. How do you,
I’ll be speaking about the next decade, The Twenty-Teens, at the IMA 2009 Spring Conference in Myrtle Beach, discussing changes in economics, demographics, capital markets and technology–and what business leaders should do now to prepare for the next decade.
How to maintain business plans for growth while also having contingency plans for a possible recession. Read full article on Forbes
The Snohomish County Economic Forum, sponsored by Mountain Pacific Bank, will be held on Tuesday, May 1, 2012. The presentation will go beyond the economic forecast to discuss how business challenges will change with the evolving economy. Dr. Bill Conerly
Earlier videos in this series helped viewers understand the stance of flexibility, handling key strategic initiatives with the risk of recession, and developing an economic contingency plan. This video helps business leaders use quantitative measures to trigger the contingency plan.
The fifth and last video in the series, Business Planning With Risk of Recession, this explains how to manage a business for a possible upside surprise, covering factors that could drive improvement in the economy, how to modify business operations