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Posts from Date:   2011-11

The Thanksgiving Holiday Risk-Adjusted Value Model

by French Caldwell  |  November 23, 2011

For Americans Thanksgiving is a wonderful holiday because it involves eating, playing with an oblong leather air bladder, and being thankful for the blessings of friends, family and prosperity.  Even with all the influx of family, it tends to be one of the least stressful holidays. However, as risk management professionals we must be careful […]

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They Did Shut Wall Street Down

by French Caldwell  |  November 17, 2011

The events today are an inflection point in social e-governance. In my presentations on the Six Critical Uncertainties, I’ve said for years that social e-governance is the most pressing IT-led  issue of our time.  The political process is meant to resolve or at least manage public policy issues, but due to the rapid adoption of […]

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What’s Your Fairness Index?

by French Caldwell  |  November 2, 2011

Many risk managers are still in a situation where they’d like to be able to contribute strategically, but they find themselves in the position of spending a lot of time still reacting to events.  The upcoming annual meeting season is an opportunity for risk managers to show that they can be more than just the […]

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