Geopolitics affects every global organization. To thrive in today’s changing world, businesses need a geostrategy.

Political risk is creating both challenges and opportunities for global organizations. How these disruptions affect a company will depend on its geographic footprint, industry, size and other characteristics.

It is not enough for executives to understand that political risks exist or are likely to manifest in the coming years. They must map the impact of political risks across their company’s activities to better anticipate and prepare for potential disruptions — and mitigate their impact.

Managing political risk requires adopting a geostrategy — the holistic and cross-functional integration of political risk management into broader risk management, strategy and governance — as part of an enterprise resiliency framework.

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