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Appeared in: Volume 3, Number 1
Published on: September 1, 2007
Managing to Fail

The NSC/interagency system can’t cope with a multi-dimensional strategic environment.

Paul Bracken is professor of management and political science at Yale University and co-editor, with Ian Bremmer and David Gordon, of the forthcoming book Managing Strategic Surprise: Lessons from Risk Management & Risk Assessment (Cambridge University Press).
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