Risk e-Views Vol 7 April 2011 – Risk Leadership: Knowledge is Power

When we conduct risk assessments we are often satisfied with the outcomes based on our existing knowledge. Our knowledge however is usually based on some facts and a whole lot of assumptions, perceptions and theories. As human beings we use our five senses of sight, smell, taste, touch and hearing to maximise our knowledge about…
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Risk e-Views Vol 3 November 2010 – Breaking Down Assumptions

Lack of knowledge means more uncertainty means greater risk. Assumed knowledge can be even more dangerous than lack of knowledge and risk workshops are a safe haven for assumptions because of time limitations and dominant personalities.   Here are four sources of assumptions with some tips on how to handle them during a risk workshop:…
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