Strategic Thinking for the 1990sStrategic Thinking for the 1990s This presentation is a general session from the 1991 Meeting ... functioning. For me, strategy involves three key or primary areas. The first is the area of risk. In putting ...
Description: This presentation is a general session from the 1991 Meeting of the Society of Actuaries, held May 16-17 in New York. The speaker comments that actuaries are well suited for strategic thinking by what they do, noting that “clearly strategy is very heavily involved in trying to understand the external environment and trying to forecast the future in some fashion.” The speaker also sees that “three fundamental factors that will have to be built into everything that we do. These three factors are internationalization or globalization, an understanding of quality, and an understanding of human resource management.” From the Record of Society of Actuaries, Volume 17, No. 2.Hide
- Authors: Daphne D Bartlett, Meyer Feldberg
- Date: May 1991
- Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge; Strategic Insight and Integration>Strategy development
- Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
- Topics: Actuarial Profession>Management skills