Uncertainty creates significant issues for entrepreneurs, managers, and companies. It increases the probability of committing costly errors and it makes planning and resource allocation much more complicated and less cost-effective. Managers cannot control their environments, yet they can modify how they deal with them. They can also deploy different responses to uncertainty at the personal and at the firm level.
Date: Monday, 27 January 2020
Location: 15th floor, Tornado Tower, West Bay
Dr. Pablo de Holan obtained his PhD from McGill University in Canada and has served at various institutions like IE Business School in Spain, INCAE Business School Costa Rica, EM Lyon, France and more. He is a professor of Strategic Management & Entrepreneurship. He is also the co-editor of the Journal of Management Inquiry and his work has been published in journals like Management Science, Journal of Management Studies, Sloan Management Review etc.