Oct 1999 - Developing effective risk responses
Proceedings of the 30th Annual Project Management Institute Seminars & Symposium, presented in Philadelphia USA, 11-13 Oct 1999
A strategic approach for responding to risks.
July 1999 - Risk and faith : contradictory or complementary?
Faith in Business Quarterly, Volume 3.2, Summer 1999, pages 8-12.
Contrasting approaches to coping with future uncertainty.
July 1999 - Business uncertainty : threat or opportunity?
ETHOS, Issue 13, June/July 1999, pages 14-17
Linking risk management to business objectives.
June 1999 - Risk management for the new millennium
Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium of the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE), June 1999, Volume II, pages 1291-1294.
Five proposals for developments to make risk management more effective.
July 1998 - The Role of Quantitative Risk Analysis
APM Project magazine, Volume 11 Number 3, July 1998, pages 26-27.
When and how to use quantitative techniques.
July 1998 - Project risk management : Future developments
Int J Project & Business Risk Mgt, Volume 2 Issue 2, pages 181-195, 1998.
Personal perspective on likely short/medium-term developments in the field.
March 1997 - Towards a Risk Maturity Model
Int J Project & Business Risk Mgt, Volume 1 Issue 1, pages 35-45, 1997.
Proposing a framework for assessing organisational risk management capability.
June 1995 - Mission Possible
Cost Plus, the journal of Association of Cost Engineers, Number 3, June 1995, pages 10-12
This article uses a case study from the defence industry to explore the benefits and shortfalls of using a formal risk management process.
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