Zombies, aliens, evil robots…and risk management?

Sometimes, when managing risk, we need to be creative – and have a bit of fun. Sometimes, there just isn’t enough past history to be able to analyze risk effectively – and high-impact, low-likelihood risks are a good example. But what about multiple high-impact, low-likelihood risks happening at the same time?

Clearly, a completely different approach is required.

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