Cambridge Judge Business School Discussions on Risk

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Created: 2012-06-25 14:56
Institution: Judge Business School
Description: Cutting-edge expert commentary, analysis and business insights on the risk and risk management issues of the day from Cambridge Judge Business School's global faculty, associates and guest speakers.
 

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Cognitive wherewithal

   477 views

Risk, argues, Dr John Coates, Senior Research Fellow at Cambridge Judge Business School, is pro-cyclical. We can go from being too risky to being risk-averse and this change in...

Collection: Centre for Risk Studies

Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Thu 6 Jan 2011


The brain as a business model

   796 views

Professor Ed Bullmore, Cambridge Department of Psychiatry, and Director of the Behavioural & Clinical Neuroscience Institute, says there exist useful analogies between the world...

Collection: Centre for Risk Studies

Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Thu 6 Jan 2011


The bigger picture

   1,346 views

Michelle Tuveson, Executive Director of the Centre for Risk Studies, says decision-making in risk management relies on cultural perceptions of how we perceive those 'threats'....

Collection: Centre for Risk Studies

Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Thu 6 Jan 2011


Risky business

   1,115 views

Factoring in the 'unknown unknowns': why new multidisciplinary risk management models are needed in light of the Japanese earthquake

Collection: Cambridge Judge Business School Discussions on Risk

Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Tue 22 Mar 2011


The human dimension of risk Part 1

   411 views

In an ever competitive, complex, and uncertain business environment the role of 'risk' within organisations is coming under increasing scrutiny. When is a 'risk' acceptable and...

Collection: Centre for Risk Studies

Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Thu 6 Jan 2011


The human dimension of risk Part 2

   513 views

In an ever competitive, complex, and uncertain business environment the role of 'risk' within organisations is coming under increasing scrutiny. When is a 'risk' acceptable and...

Collection: Centre for Risk Studies

Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Thu 6 Jan 2011


Primate coalition formation

   474 views

Dr Leslie Knapp, Reader at the Cambridge Department of Anthropology, explains how observing group behaviour in primates, in particular how they herd and respond to 'threats', can...

Collection: Centre for Risk Studies

Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Thu 6 Jan 2011


The economy of contingency planning

   838 views

Andrew Freeman, Executive Director of the Deloitte Centre for Financial Services, explains how his panel discussion viewed the challenges of managing perception when a culture is...

Collection: Centre for Risk Studies

Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Thu 6 Jan 2011


Mitigating risk for those at the bottom of the pyramid

   459 views

Professor Haresh Shah, Chairman of the Advisory Board at the Institute of Catastrophe Risk Management, Nanyang Technological University Singapore, makes the case for allowing the...

Collection: Centre for Risk Studies

Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Thu 6 Jan 2011


Raising the stakes

   551 views

Professor Frank Kelly, Statistician, and Master of Christ's College at the University of Cambridge, says he's fascinated by the scaling up of risks, and the roles of networks and...

Collection: Centre for Risk Studies

Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Thu 6 Jan 2011


The difference between intelligence and wisdom

   469 views

'Values', say Alan Smith, Global Head of Risk Strategy at HSBC, have become even more important in this 'complex' age of banking. Commenting in a personal capacity, he said the...

Collection: Centre for Risk Studies

Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Thu 6 Jan 2011


A ball park figure

   1,527 views

Professor Sam Savage explains why our reliance on "averages" for risk management modelling is wrong in his new book, The Flaw of Averages.

Collection: Cambridge Judge Business School Discussions on Risk

Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Fri 11 Jun 2010


A risk too far?

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John Griffith-Jones of KPMG calls on governments to regulate the markets.

Collection: Cambridge Judge Business School Discussions on Risk

Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Fri 11 Jun 2010


The art of asking the right question, not the science of giving the right answer

   6,692 views

Has risk modelling and risk management lost its way? Professor Stefan Scholtes argues that contrary to popular belief, the risk management models in use today are not too simple -...

Collection: Cambridge Judge Business School Discussions on Risk

Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Tue 15 Jun 2010