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Zurich's Conrad: Long-Term Planning Includes Evaluating Your Own Disruption

Linda Conrad, director of strategic business risk management, Zurich Financial Services, said organizations should also evaluate risk in decade-long terms, including whether they are vulnerable to being disrupted by digital technology.

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