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Beware of risk management by the numbers: predictive modeling, while useful, is a poor substitute for expert critical analysis. Apr 1, 2015 539
Non-events matter: near misses provide important dues for improving risk management. Jan 1, 2015 522
Manage the real risk: preparing to cope when crucial "business as usual" assumptions are no longer valid. Oct 1, 2014 539
Fault lines in big data. Jul 1, 2014 532
Performance: what a concept: here's what's wrong with today's executive bonus packages. Apr 1, 2014 488
Golf and the bottom line: professional advice that improves your swing can help your business, too. Oct 1, 2013 526
Questions for quants: how to tell whether your risk models reflect all your firm's risks. Jul 1, 2013 545
Hidden risks. Apr 1, 2013 535
Assuming you know nothing: insight: the crucial art of validating the numbers you see and use can prevent poor decisions. Jul 1, 2012 532
Closing the gaps: to maximize their value, firms must close the gap between managerial and technical skills. It won't be easy. Apr 1, 2012 539
Are you drowning in a sea of data? The downside of our digital age: too much information. Jan 1, 2012 520
Why stock prices don't reveal value: Wall Street's gyrations reveal less than many executives think. Oct 1, 2011 523
How to compete against software: sophisticated programs are gradually duplicating or surpassing human experience, judgment and skill. Jul 1, 2011 523
Learning from the last one: what lessons from ALM can we use today? Column Apr 1, 2011 541
What we know, and what we don't: things that we don't know about what we know, and why they matter. Column Jan 1, 2011 514
The decline of diversification: a time-honored protective strategy has become less effective. Oct 1, 2010 502
Trusting the numbers: can you trust the numbers you see? To find out, check the data on which they are based. Jul 1, 2010 531
It's about value and measurement: valuation models should focus on the firm as a going concern. Apr 1, 2010 521
How is my ERM? Five relevant questions could provide an answer about a company's enterprise risk management. Jan 1, 2010 601
What CEOs have to know about risk: firms will be expected to provide detailed, intelligible information concerning their risks. Column Oct 1, 2009 549
It's time to abandon two misconceptions: exposures are only part of the story when trying to effectively measure risk. Apr 1, 2009 548
Taking a lesson from the financial crisis: it's time to revisit some fundamental assumptions. Jan 1, 2009 487
The soft side of risk management: the current financial crisis has its origins in the rules of the game. Oct 1, 2008 499
Numbers and risk: the subprime crisis shows enterprise risk management only works as well as the managers who apply it. Jul 1, 2008 535
Getting a company started on ERM: the first steps toward Enterprise Risk Management are easier than you might think. Jan 1, 2008 512
Just one number? Then you're wrong! Efforts to find one perfect number to measure risk are just plain silly. Oct 1, 2007 505
What's your number? How an executive's simple question spawned a revolution in thinking about risk. Jul 1, 2007 532
Matching returns and expectations: aggressive disclosure may help insurers bring investor expectations in line with competitive realities. Apr 1, 2007 525
Looking under the hood: has anyone validated the numbers you rely on in making decisions? Jan 1, 2007 752
ERM report card: does Enterprise Risk Management really deserve all the attention it's been getting? Oct 1, 2006 769
Hard-learned lessons: the benefits that models and data provide insurers have inherent limits. Jul 1, 2006 706
Keeping it simple: effective simplicity is the product of careful thought, sound judgment and thorough planning. Column Apr 1, 2006 733
Making ERM happen: a few simple rules can empower champions of enterprise risk management to make it happen at their firms. Jan 1, 2006 776
The power of point of view: truly innovative ideas consist of thinking about familiar things in unfamiliar ways, but how can one distinguish really good ideas from those that are mere gimmicks? Column Oct 1, 2005 752
Rewards and risk: simple criteria can identify a corporate culture that focuses on risk as well as return. Jul 1, 2005 746
Planning on uncertainty: planning processes could be improved by relying on market indices rather than market forecasts. Apr 1, 2005 751
Measuring up: baseball statistics are far superior to those commonly used to manage or evaluate corporations. Jan 1, 2005 759
Thinking it through: in decisions concerning risk and insurance, it's essential to transcend a firm's limited experience. Sep 1, 2004 761
The real thing: distinguishing good models from bad ones relies on some rules of thumb. Jun 1, 2004 744
The numbers game: can insurers learn anything useful from baseball? Absolutely. Mar 1, 2004 729
Focusing on value: there is an optimal level of risk that maximizes a firm's shareholder value. Sep 1, 2003 744
Managing the invisible: we shouldn't let accountants tell us what is valuable and what is not. (Loss/Risk Management Insight: Property/Casualty). Jun 1, 2003 794
Changing the answers: the gap between the risk we are taking and the risk we can afford to take may have grown. (Property/Casualty). Jan 1, 2003 783
Adding up the skills: enormous opportunity awaits firms that master the ability to combine quantitative and managerial skills. (Property/Casualty: Loss/Risk Management Insight). Brief Article Sep 1, 2002 749
Laws and profits: There are reasons to believe that the industry will quickly return to declining rates and low profits. (Property/Casualty: Loss/Risk Management Insight). Brief Article May 1, 2002 777
Shocks and bonds: Recent events may brighten the prospects for the issuance of catastrophe bonds. (Loss/Risk Management Insight Property/Casualty). Brief Article Feb 1, 2002 769
Rethinking Retention. Brief Article Nov 1, 2001 787
The Virtues of Value at Risk. Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 785
Harnessing the Elusive Risk Factor. Brief Article Jun 1, 2001 804

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