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Opportunity, experience, learning from mistakes and regrets

Opportunity, experience, learning from mistakes and regrets come up in many conversations. Examples generally start with a IF: I had known what I know now. It would be possible to start over again. A second chance would be possible. It seems like we really firmly believe we can learn from prior mistakes. We can absorb lesson learned and profit from them. However, there is abundant evidence that is not the case. We tend to repeat patterns, even if we know they…

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Ten specific questions Riskope/ORE effectively and elegantly solve for you and your company

We are delighted to show below ten specific questions Riskope/ORE effectively and elegantly solve for you and your company. ORE is the methodology Riskope has developed over two decades of continuous improvements while working for Fortune 500, international organizations, private groups and governments. Ten specific questions Riskope/ORE effectively and elegantly solve for you and your company. For the ease of reading we have grouped the ten specific questions Riskope/ORE effectively and elegantly solve for you and your company in four…

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Aspects of Risk Tolerance, Manageable vs. Unmanageable Risks in Relation to Critical Decisions, Perpetuity Projects, Public Opposition

Today we discuss Aspects of Risk Tolerance, Manageable vs. Unmanageable Risks in Relation to Critical Decisions, Perpetuity Projects, Public Opposition. Aspects of Risk Tolerance, Manageable vs. Unmanageable Risks in Relation to Critical Decisions, Perpetuity Projects, Public Opposition Riskope is writing a paper following this Abstract. In 2014, we will find a suitable Conference in Canada where to publish it. The paper builds on case studies from prior papers. For example Can We Stop Misrepresenting Reality to the Public and  Factual and…

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What Fukushima (2010) nuclear accident, the Twin Towers (9/11) terror attack, deadly traffic accidents and Aquila earthquake (Italy), hurricanes have in common?

In this blogpost we attempt an update of Whitman’s and ANCOLD tolerance/acceptability curves. These link casualties from man-made or natural catastrophes, large dams failures to a “tolerable” annual probability. The attempt shows evidence for a G8-wide societal acceptability which has only slightly changed since the original studies by Whitman..   We have already discussed many times how well-balanced and sustainable decisions can only be taken if risks are compared to properly defined risk tolerance /acceptability criteria. Comparison of various risk…

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