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Alexandria, Virginia (October 14, 2015) — ENODO Global's President, Mr. James Sisco will be interviewed by Susan Santiago, host of "Pieces of Peace" Thursday October 15th at 12:00PM EST. Mr. Sisco will discuss how ENODO Global's process and population-centric methodology were designed to deliver stability in today's complex social environments. The interview will stream live worldwide on the web at KMWR.org. Pieces of Peace is an eclectic approach comprised of interviews with local, national, and international individuals and representatives of organizations that, in some way and to some degree, are...

Alexandria, Virginia (September 23, 2015) — ENODO Global and Aristos Global have created a strategic alliance. The combination of ENODO Global’s social risk assessments with Aristos Global’s construction program management systems create comprehensive risk mitigation strategies that optimizes investor resources, profitability, and future development opportunities—shortening the timeline and protecting the bottom line. "Our purpose every day is to make a positive difference in the quality of people's lives. By combining ENODO's capabilities with our proactive ability to improve the quality of development projects, we make a positive difference both in...

Alexandria, Virginia (September 16, 2015) — In the September edition of the Oil and Gas Financial Journal, Ms. Emma Moore and James Sisco discuss why geopolitical risk analysis is an outdated model in today's complex social environments. Multinational corporations now operate within dynamic, complex social environments instead of clearly defined nation-states, often without clear consent on the part of citizens. To effectively operate in these environments, MNCs must broaden their risk portfolios and develop strategies that evolve at the same pace as the changes in society. This...

Alexandria, VA (September 10, 2015) - ENODO's Ajit Maan creates the  'Narrative Strategies,' blog ENODO Global's Vice-President of Research and Analysis, Dr. Ajit Maan, creates a new blog "Narrative Strategies" to function as a forum for ideas-exchange for those professionals whose work addresses the narrative aspects of social conflict, security, and counter-terrorism. The "narrative coalition" is forming so visit the site frequently for new and innovative ideas, insights, and strategies.   _________________ About ENODO Global ENODO Global is an advisory firm that conducts population-centric risk analysis to solve complex social problems...

Alexandria, Virginia (September 8, 2015) — Mr. Bryan Bloom joins ENODO Global as its Chief Financial Officer. Mr. Bloom joins ENODO from Barclays where he conducted due diligence to identify critical business and financial risks during acquisitions, refinancing and equity raises for private equity, real estate and financial institution clients. Prior to Barclays, he was a Managing Consultant with IBM Global Business Services where he delivered process improvements and acquisitions for the Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency, and Department of Defense. Mr. Bloom departed Barclays...

Alexandria, VA (August 25, 2015) -- ENODO Global's Dr. Ajit Maan and James Sisco publish 'Soft Power in the Green Corridor' in the Indian Military Review. The article introduces a soft power strategy that leverages public-private partnerships to create stability platforms through tailored development initiatives. The concept is proven in conflict and non-conflict environments and can be applied to the current crisis in India's Red Corridor.     _________________ About ENODO Global ENODO Global is an advisory firm that conducts population-centric risk analysis to solve complex social problems in dynamic and...

Alexandria, VA (August 24, 2015) - Pakistan's The Express Tribune publish 'Should the Gulf States be Wary of the Revolution Tsunami Coming their Way' authored by Jim Sisco and Emma Moore. The undercurrent of socio-political change is gaining momentum within the Gulf region and will dramatically effect internal security and regional stability if not addressed. The article illustrates how the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain's diverse and unique situations exemplify the problems faced by many Gulf States. As coverage of labor violations, repression, and oil losses...

Alexandria, VA (August 19, 2015) -  ENODO Global's president, James Sisco was interviewed in an article that appeared in Rigzone Magazine. The article, 'Spend More To Save More? CSR Programs Can Save Operators Millions,' discusses why companies should invest in social initiatives during the commodity down-turn. “As companies attempt to identify ways to save money, such as reducing operating costs and eliminating staff, they will have to identify new solutions or creative ways to save.” “Companies that are able to design and develop good community engagement...

Alexandria, VA (19 August 2015) -- ENODO's Strategy to Defeat ISIS is featured in the third volume of the Military and Security Review. James Sisco, former Marine RECON and naval intelligence officer, delivers a strategy for military planners and politicians to defeat ISIS within 12 months. Recent events in Syria, Turkey, and Iraq support critical elements of this Strategy to Defeat ISIS. Turkey’s military operations, approval to base US forces, NATO meetings in Brussels, President Assad’s plea for military volunteers, battle weary Syrian military forces, Iraq’s advance on Ramadi and...

Alexandria, VA (19 August 2015) - ENODO Global's Dr. Ajit Maan publishes 'The Heart of the Common Man: The Battleground of Asymmetric Conflict' in the Indian Defense Review. The articles discusses why military force cannot be the only recourse for defeating asymmetric conflicts and terrorism. True stability will be created by making populations less vulnerable to extremist narratives. India is particularly at risk with Pakistani terror threats and Chinese Maoist insurgents due to pervasive underdevelopment and clashing identities. Dr. Maan suggests some key actions the...