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Risky Academics
Looking cross industry/method @ all things risk: process, sys, mgmt, control, financial, people, ops & human behav, all views personal
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Carolyn Williams 16h
Risk moves up the agenda - a bit - in the new UK Corporate Governance Code
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Risky Academics Jul 16
Excellent many thanks
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Risky Academics Jul 14
Replying to @BarneyLogic @TLRailUK
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Risky Academics Jul 13
Is this based on a research paper? Would be keen to get a peek at it
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Risky Academics Jul 13
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Risky Academics Jul 11
People are the solution and ‘sometimes’ the problem in my eyes but this isn’t new it’s not even specific to QI
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Risky Academics Jul 11
We’ve been invited to present our paper on the effect of ops risk announcements on reputation at Check it out free here:
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Jamie K Wardman Jul 10
Two Assistant Prof positions going here , one Risk one Insurance, teaching focus, pls RTW
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Risky Academics Jul 10
I fixed it for you Tom, there were a few errors originally
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Risky Academics Jul 10
Replying to @BBCTomEdwards
Any good news Tom?
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Risky Academics Jul 9
No Paul, that’s how get into the city from Harpenden these days in the absence of a service
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Risky Academics Jul 9
Those latent buggers that bite us in the bum !
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Risky Academics Jul 9
It’s a really cool brain burner, esp how people think it may have changed if at all! Which would brin in thier own perceptions of how safety has evolved
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Risky Academics Jul 9
On the idea of bus drivers keeping people safe and touching on your idea of metrics Steven, mortality ain’t the only way to measure safety... in fact you could argue KPIs that use it as a proxy for safety are dangerous
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Risky Academics Jul 9
Be interested to see if anything’s changed globally in the last 18 years since those US stats were collected
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Risky Academics Jul 9
Replying to @LordLucasCD @Phil_Baty
Be interested to hear why you think it’s ‘wholly untruthful’?
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Risky Academics Jul 8
Replying to @Phil_Baty
I’d be more concerned if the one on the right was taking that approach to headlines but it isn’t
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Risky Academics Jul 8
Replying to @Phil_Baty
I’m not sure what your getting at here Phil - isn’t it pretty common for newspapers to take a story (scientific or not) and spin it to satisfy the needs/wants of thier readership?
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Risky Academics Jul 5
(I’m sure ive missed out others) thank you for taking the initiative on this tonight - people may not have said it to your face but we really do appreciate everything that you are doing
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Risky Academics Jul 5
That tone is a reflection of the lack of effective action by our elected officials....
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