Global Economic Impacts on Strategic Financial Management - Future shocks are inevitable in a world where global networks of information, supply, production, and distribution are becoming more intertwined, Chaos Theory experts say. This prediction of major disruptions in commerce and communication networks imposes a greater burden on management skills. That was one of the key messages at the ...
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