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Dr Ned Allen, Lockheed Martin: Measuring and mitigating operational risks in engineered cyber-physical systems

Dr Allen is Senior Fellow & Chief Scientist at Lockheed Martin, Aeronautics. He advises Lockheed Martin's Corporate Engineering and Technology unit in Bethesda MD on advanced technologies and their associated business opportunities. He also established and runs LM's programme on…

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Ned Allen

Dr Robert Muir-Wood, Risk Management Solutions: The future of risk

Dr Muir-Wood is Chief Research Officer at Risk Management Solutions, which develops risk models for a wide range of catastrophe and life risks for the global insurance industry, employing 1000 people in offices in US, Europe and Asia.…

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Robert Muir-Wood

Philip Brice, BP Treasury: Profiles of the future and emerging risks

Philip Brice is the Corporate Risk Manager within BP Treasury. His responsibilities include the management of FX risks across the group, and forecasting the impact that market volatility and other events could have on the cashflows of the business.…

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Philip Brice

Edge: Management masterclass: managing risk

The Risk Centre's Professor Danny Ralph, Michelle Tuveson and Ruth Whaley are quoted in Edge magazine's article on why risk assessment and management is an absolute business essential.…

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Professor Daniel Ralph

Risky business

Factoring in the 'unknown unknowns': why new multidisciplinary risk management models are needed in light of the Japanese earthquake Michelle Tuveson, Executive Director of the Centre for Risk Studies, based at Cambridge Judge Business School, says risk management modelling will…

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Ms Michelle Tuveson

Alan Smith, HSBC: The difference between intelligence and wisdom

The human dimension of risk is an important and under-explored aspect of risk management issues. How we perceive risk, and understanding patterns of behaviour and seeing how these relate to the processes of decision-making and policy development needs greater exploration.…

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Intelligence vs wisdom

Professor Frank Kelly, University of Cambridge: Raising the stakes

The human dimension of risk is an important and under-explored aspect of risk management issues. How we perceive risk, and understanding patterns of behaviour and seeing how these relate to the processes of decision-making and policy development needs greater exploration.…

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Raising the stakes

Dr Leslie Knapp, University of Cambridge: Primate coalition formation

The human dimension of risk is an important and under-explored aspect of risk management issues. How we perceive risk, and understanding patterns of behaviour and seeing how these relate to the processes of decision-making and policy development needs greater exploration.…

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Primates

Professor Haresh Shah, Institute of Catastrophe Risk Management: Mitigating risk for those at the bottom of the pyramid

The human dimension of risk is an important and under-explored aspect of risk management issues. How we perceive risk, and understanding patterns of behaviour and seeing how these relate to the processes of decision-making and policy development needs greater exploration.…

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Mitigating risk for those at the bottom of the pyramid

Professor Ed Bullmore, University of Cambridge: The brain as a business model

The human dimension of risk is an important and under-explored aspect of risk management issues. How we perceive risk, and understanding patterns of behaviour and seeing how these relate to the processes of decision-making and policy development needs greater exploration.…

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Brain cell

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