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Subjectivity and Risk Scoring

One common misconception that I was guilty of subscribing to is that while qualitative risk analysis always has some degree of subjectivity, quantitative risk analysis should remain strictly objective. 853 more words

Systemigrams and Complexity

I have been down in Virginia this week for some training and had some time to talk with some really smart people, something that I always enjoy. 835 more words

Latest updates on WP8

During the first 14 months of the project, EXERGY Ltd, in collaboration with the project partners, has been working on the identification and initial assessment of different risks, mainly associated with the commercialisation of the main W2F processes and products (biobutanol) and sub-products (proteins, biogas, etc). 74 more words

Advanced Biofuels

Updating your Risk Register

It is quite easy for an ERM program to become irrelevant.  All it takes is for it to stay the same for several years.  After just a few years, you will find that you risk management processes are focused upon the issues of several years ago.   379 more words

Enterprise Risk Management

GFDRR on Risk Identification – Diplomacy is only the tip of the iceberg

I am often skeptical on the functioning of diplomacy. With a social science perspective, I tend to look at the direct effects on local communities. From this angle, people who are climbing to (or have already reached) the top of diplomacy are often too powerful and act in self-interest. 246 more words