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Kennedy’s 360° Insights

 Hon. Mark Kennedy is a thought leader on engaging to win, whether businesses engaging societies globally, officials seeking to govern, advocates pressing to achieve or avert action, or countries marshaling support for global action.

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Kennedy speaks and leads executive education programs on business strategy, politics, trade, and world affairs.

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Pitchforks Into Profits

Business success requires effectively engaging what Kennedy defined as shapeholders — the political, regulatory, media, and activist actors that shape a firm's opportunities and risks. See Mark's Seven Steps for Shapeholder Success.

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CChinese New Year

CCTV Interview

Washington, DC

February 12, 2015

It was wonderful to join the Embassy of China's celebration of the Chinese New Year.  Better understanding each other is a vital path to harmonious relations.

Obama's Authorization To Fail

DailyCaller Opinion Piece

February 11, 2015

"There are two ways to win a military battle: fast and slow. Winning fast depends on strength — it requires going in with all you've got to get the job done. Winning slow depends on sustaining or ignoring the public's patience – it requires the endurance to outlast the will of the enemy.

Authorizing a strategy to win fast (three year limit) without strength (a restriction on ground troops) is almost certain to be a path to failure. Congress should reject the authorization for force to address the threat of the so-called Islamic State (ISIS) as proposed by President Barack Obama."

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PaulsonRisky Business - Responding to Climate Change

Sec. Hank Paulson at Economic Club

Minnesota Public Radio Broadcast

February 5, 2015

Minnesota Public Radio broadcast the Economic Club of Minnesota's event with Sec. Hank Paulson and Cargill Chairman Greg Page discussion the introduction on the Risky Business report of climate change in the Midwest. The event was moderated by Steve Sanger, Hon. Tim Penny and myself, as Chairman of the Economic Club.

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