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October 21st, 2009
Episode 7 of 139 episodes
In this week's McKinsey Quarterly podcast, we talk with Kenneth Knight, the national intelligence officer for warning for the United States. Knight shares lessons learned from a career spent analyzing and preparing for the unknown. He spoke with the Quarterly in June 2009. We began our interview by asking if the task of understanding threats has become more complex. Read more on the McKinsey Quarterly > Listen to the podcast (duration: 14:17) > Topics:
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