Black swans, gray rhinos and silver linings: Anticipating geopolitical risks (and openings)

Global firms need to bolster their ability to anticipate geopolitical risk and build resilience.

Global firms need to bolster their ability to anticipate geopolitical risk and build resilience. Image: Pexels/RODNAE Productions

Andrew Grant
Senior Partner, Auckland, McKinsey and Company
Ziad Haider
Global director of geopolitical risk in the Singapore office, McKinsey and Company
Anke Raufuss
Partner, Sydney, McKinsey and Company
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