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September 17, 2008


AIG and Kelly should have followed her advice to others. “Reacting to a breaking crisis has always been, and will be, a real area of vulnerability for directors and corporations,” warns Anastasia Kelly. “I’ve been in three companies and advised a bunch of others, and it is very hard to convince senior management and directors to take the time to do risk identification, risk mitigation, and, more importantly, crisis preparation. After 9/11 lots of companies went through that exercise, but today it’s not on a lot of people’s radar screen. Companies should routinely do this and have a senior team leader in charge.” Myers, General Counsel to Directors: Your 10 Most Common Mistakes, Corporate Board Member (Jul/Aug 2006).

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