Failure seems to be ever present - employers failing to retain employees, the economy failing to rebound or stabilize, car manufacturers failing to avoid bankruptcies. I can't think of anyone who enjoys failing. Yet, few seek out failure for its own sake.

This all came to light as I listened to Michael Eisner's keynote at the 2009 IASA Educational Conference and Business Show, where he addressed the necessity of taking risks - both with business processes and capital. Risk, in the insurance industry, is something insurers do a pretty good job of controlling.

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