Of shoes and ships and ISO wax …

When I was about 20, I was flying to see my parents from university and read a journal article on the ‘plane.  It was written by Karl Popper, by then an old man, on the problems with proportional representation.  NZ was about to embark on electoral law reform so I decided to send the article…

(R)evolution of risk knowledge & training – more realistic or more of the same?

To look at most risk training on offer, you’d think post-crisis risk management was all ‘business as usual’.  Worse, perhaps it really is ‘business as usual’.  Why, after such fundamental challenges to the logic and efficacy of risk management since 2007, has there been so little change to how all businesses – whether financial institutions…