Don’t miss day two workshops #riskawarenessweek2019

Risk Awareness Week is scheduled for 5 days. Each day will teach you an important aspect of effective decision making. Day two is all about culture, awareness and human brain and how we make decisions. Hear from researches and practitioners alike share their stories and advice on how to raise risk awareness in your workplace. Risk managers can… Continue reading Don’t miss day two workshops #riskawarenessweek2019

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Don’t miss day one workshops #riskawarenessweek2019

Risk Awareness Week is scheduled for 5 days. Each day will teach you an important aspect of effective decision making. Day one is all about challenging the status quo and unlearning the so called best practices that have been fed to us for years. Hear from different worlds: co-authors of the ISO31000, decision scientists, statisticians, complexity theorists and… Continue reading Don’t miss day one workshops #riskawarenessweek2019

Weekend fun: win amazing prizes by just registering to #riskawarenessweek2019

Anyone who registers for the upcoming RISK AWARENESS WEEK 2019 can win amazing prizes. Check out offers you can take advantage of right now: https://2019.riskawarenessweek.com/perks/ Here are some of the highlights: 1 free access to online risk-taking course – This course is not about doing risk assessments, building risk registers, heat maps or risk reports.… Continue reading Weekend fun: win amazing prizes by just registering to #riskawarenessweek2019

30 practical steps to implement risk management 2. Follow these steps to integrate risk management into decision making, processes and culture

Over the last 15 years I have implemented risk management in hundreds of organisations across Europe, Australia and Middle East. Here is a step by step guide how I actually did it. May not work every time and some decision makers will ignore risks no matter what we do, but it did win the Best… Continue reading 30 practical steps to implement risk management 2. Follow these steps to integrate risk management into decision making, processes and culture

Call for speakers. Share your risk management or decision making stories with the world

Deadline for submission – 2 August 2019  We invite industry leaders and practising risk managers and decision support scientists to present at the RISK AWARENESS WEEK 2019 scheduled from 14-18 October 2019. RISK AWARENESS WEEK is an annual event that aims to promote risk management practices, risk psychology, decision science and quantitative risk analysis to… Continue reading Call for speakers. Share your risk management or decision making stories with the world

Absolute triumph for the quantitative risk analysis – part 3/3

Read this till the end. This is one of the best stories of risk management application in real life by some of the best risk managers I have ever met.  I started writing yet another article trying to convince risk managers to grow their quant competencies, to integrate risk analysis into decision-making processes and to… Continue reading Absolute triumph for the quantitative risk analysis – part 3/3

Skin in the game: can risk managers use their witchcraft to make money – part 2/3

I started writing yet another article trying to convince risk managers to grow their quant competencies, to integrate risk analysis into decision-making processes and to use ranges instead of single point planning… but then I thought… why bother… why not show how risk analysis helps make better risk based decisions instead? After all, this is… Continue reading Skin in the game: can risk managers use their witchcraft to make money – part 2/3

Book review: Winning conversations by Bryan Whitefield is awesome

I really enjoyed reading the new book “Winning conversations: How to turn red tape into blue ribbon” by Bryan Whitefield. Here are some of the reasons why: The message is very timely. Most of us already know how to run 10000 scenario simulations on business plans and budgets and how to get amazing insights for… Continue reading Book review: Winning conversations by Bryan Whitefield is awesome

Skin in the game: if risk managers are so smart why are they not millionaires?

I started writing yet another article trying to convince risk managers to grow their quant competencies, to integrate risk analysis into decision-making processes and to use ranges instead of single point planning… but then I thought… why bother… why not show how risk analysis helps make better risk based decisions instead? After all, this is… Continue reading Skin in the game: if risk managers are so smart why are they not millionaires?