Condoleezza Rice & Amy B. Zegart's POLITICAL RISK is a "uniquely useful and profound book"
New York Times bestselling author and former U.S. secretary of state Condoleezza Rice and Stanford University professor Amy B. Zegart's guide to political risk was released today. In this timely and eye-opening book, Rice and Zegart investigate the nature of political risk and provide a much needed framework for navigating its nuances in our modern business world.
Praise for POLITICAL RISK:
"Rice and Zegart's POLITICAL RISK should be read by every business leader. Any company that fails to learn and apply the lessons of this wise and practical book can quickly find itself in rapid decline. But equally, those who become skilled at its application can do more than merely mitigate such risks; they can thrive upon them. Well-written and chock-full of compelling case stories wrapped inside a coherent conceptual framework, POLITICAL RISK gets and keeps your attention, page after page. We cannot predict the future, but -- with the help of this marvelous masterwork--- we can prepare for it."― Jim Collins, author of Good to Great and co-author of Great by Choice and Built to Last
"Smart. Informative. Overdue. Will completely change the way you think about political risk."― Eric Schmidt, former CEO of Google and Alphabet, Inc.
"Secretary Rice and Dr. Zegart have melded their professional experiences of managing political risk at the highest levels with other case studies into a uniquely useful and profound book."― Frederick W. Smith, chairman & CEO, FedEx Corporation
"Political risk was once centered on honest-to-goodness political actors -- governments, central banks and the like. But as Rice and Zegart clearly show, technology has forever changed who counts as a 'political actor.' This book is truly excellent, both for tracing how far the political risk field has come in the last two decades, and how much further it has left to go."― Ian Bremmer, president, Eurasia Group
"Clearly written and timely, this book will interest not only current and future business executives but also would-be-whistle-blowers and corporate watchdogs."―Publishers Weekly