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Book review: Risk Happens

Book review: Risk Happens | Gestión de Riesgos | Scoop.it
Mike Clayton defines risk as “uncertain events that can affect outcomes,” in his book, Risk Happens!: Managing Risk and Avoiding Failure in Business Projects. Risk management is the most important of your project controls.
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Risk Management: Asking The Right Questions - Dark Reading

Risk Management: Asking The Right Questions - Dark Reading | Gestión de Riesgos | Scoop.it
In order to make sure an organization's security is properly aligned with risk, it is critical that organizations focus on asking the questions that really matter...

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Insurance and Risk Management Terms

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Risk Management

Risk Management | Gestión de Riesgos | Scoop.it
“It is moronic to predict without first establishing an error rate for the prediction and keeping track of one’s past record of accuracy” — Nassim Nicholas Taleb, Fooled By Randomness The naturally occurring uncertainties (Aleatory) in cost and...
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Event Risk Management Tips - Some Basics

Event Risk Management Tips - Some Basics | Gestión de Riesgos | Scoop.it

The exciting time is upon you as you know that your event is going to be fabulous. After all you are involved in its success.

To ensure that everything runs smoothly and is the event to remember here are some of our basic tips to help with your planning.

 

People – Are You Looking After Them?
Many organisers believe that the venue hired will automatically have insurance cover that they can rely on. Well I hate to say it but this is a myth.

The venue may well have its own insurance in place but that will be for its own accidents and not those that you as the coach could be responsible for.

So if you have an accident and one of your group of delegates becomes injured the problem will find its way to your door.

 

So here is what  Paul Cook ‏@planetplanitbiz suggests:...

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http://www.planetplanit.co.uk/eventiq-article-risk.asp?category=Risk+Management&serialnumber=248


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