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Anyone who is in the profession of risk management should read this book. It is very well written easy to understand. Read morePublished 4 days ago by S. Green
It takes many pages to say what could have been said is less then one.Published 7 months ago by Richard A. Wilson
The first chapter of this book describes in fairly clear terms the way in which the brain processes information in a fight/flight/freeze scenario. Read morePublished 8 months ago by pumpkin
This is a great guide for anyone who works for a large organization that ignores evidence based practices. Amygdalas beware!Published 17 months ago by Tom Ettel
This book introduces some surprising insights on how we perceive risk. It's not all rational. The numerous examples offer the opportunity to rate your own sense of risk.Published 19 months ago by John Manuel
I found this an easy read, but well worth the time spent to gain valuable insight into why we believe the things we believe and act the way we do, especially about serious things. Read morePublished 20 months ago by webed
In our schools we've been teaching how to memorize what one reads, but critical thinking is important --- how to evaluate what one reads. Ropiek apparently is not a scientist. Read morePublished on October 22, 2013 by D. Bergin