risk registers

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I’m looking forward right now to an interesting experience: getting interviewed on the radio.  I’ve been asked to talk about my book Estimating Risk.  The interviewers are from a US-based internet radio channel, PMChat, who do an interview once a week on Fridays and follow it up with a Twitter chat between their followers.  Apart […]

Risk registers, bloody risk registers

It all sounds so simple.  Just make a list of all the risks.  Then you can start figuring out how to prioritise them and manage them in a comprehensive and visible way.  Job done. This was how it seemed back in the early 90s when we took some tools that had proven quite effective for the management of […]

The end of cycles

Here’s something that I’ve taken from a blog I did on how decisions are taken in public life and the role of media in supporting them (or not). Economists have laboured for years to model the behaviour of markets.  The models have become ever more complex and contain ever more parameters to help fitting the results to […]