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The Failure of Risk Management

A workshop by Douglas Hubbard
Founder/President, Hubbard Decision Research

12 October 2020, 12:00 PM


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About this workshop

The biggest risk to an organization is a failed risk management system. In this 2-hour webinar, based on Doug Hubbard’s ground-breaking book, The Failure of Risk Management: Why It’s Broken and How to Fix It. (now in its second edition) You’ll learn exactly why risk management today is broken, and how organizations can fix their processes when they apply Doug's proven proprietary AIE (Applied Information Economics) quantitative method. #AIE Because it Works.

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Douglas Hubbard

Doug Hubbard founded the uniquely powerful and proven Applied Information Economics (AIE) method. He is an entrepreneur, an accomplished consultant and an author of five books. Applying his proprietary AIE method, Mr. Hubbard has transformed Risk Management into a competitive advantage for his clients across the globe. His consulting career started over 30 years ago with Coopers & Lybrand, focusing on the application of quantitative methods. His firm, Hubbard Decision Research, has completed hundreds of projects and Doug has sold over 150,000 books, in eight languages. Doug’s AIE methodology solves for 21st century business issues in many areas including cybersecurity, engineering risks, market forecasts for pharma and medical devices, environmental policy, mergers & acquisitions, Silicon Valley startups and military logistics to name a few. His AIE methodology has received critical acclaim from The Gartner Group, The Giga Information Group, and Forrester Research.

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