The Failure of Risk Management: Why it’s Broken and How to Fix It
Douglas W. Hubbard
The Failure of Risk Management: Why it’s Broken and How to Fix It by Douglas W. Hubbard
Synopsis

The Failure of Risk Management (2009) is a comprehensive guide to the history, methods and myths of risk management. These blinks explain why common methods for managing risk are flawed and how to fix them; they also offer tried and true alternatives for measuring and mitigating risk.

Who should read these blinks?
  • Business owners and investors
  • People interested in how risk can be accurately calculated
  • Managers from all fields
Who wrote the book?

Douglas W. Hubbard is the developer of a decision-analysis method known as Applied Information Economics. He is also the founder of Hubbard Decision Research and author of How to Measure Anything: Finding the Value of Intangibles in Business.

 

[Douglas W. Hubbard: The Failure of Risk Management] copyright [2009], John Wiley & Sons [Inc. or Ltd. as applicable] Used by permission of John Wiley & Sons [Inc. or Ltd. as applicable] and shall not be made available to any unauthorized third parties.

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