This book talks about how some of the most popular risk management methods actually do not work as well as they should. It takes a close look at the misused and misapplied basic analysis methods. Using examples from the 2008 credit crisis, outsourcing to China and natural disasters, Hubbard shows how to fix all the critical flaws in risk management. His ideas are a combination of scientific results and frequently used methods across multiple industries. A good read for anyone looking to learn real methods.
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Contributor: Vladamir Sobur from Moshes Law