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We define risk as "the effect of uncertainty on objectives" (ISO 31000), however how often do we stop and ask if we have the right objectives in the first place? On what basis were they formed? When were they developed? Have times changed? In my experience facilitating risk workshops, often a poor or even incorrect set of objectives is the "elephant in the room" for the management team. Here are some tips for ensuring you have the right objectives:

 Stakeholder Analysis - Identify your stakeholde

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Lack of knowledge means more uncertainty means greater risk. Assumed knowledge can be even more dangerous than lack of knowledge and risk workshops are a safe haven for assumptions because of time limitations and dominant personalities. Here are four sources of assumptions with some tips on how to handle them during a risk workshop:

1. Seniority - When you have senior people in the room, too many people a ssume they are right, or will give them the benefit of any doubt in their mind because of th

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