If you ask most CEOs of both public and private companies where risk lies, the answer will nearly always concern macro issues—the U.S. and world economy, government tax policy, the federal deficit.
The reality is that generally 85 percent of a company’s risk is internal, while just 15 percent of real risk lies in outside factors.
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