2 edition of RISKY BUSINESS : PETER SANDMAN ON CORPORATE MISBEHAVIOR AND PUBLIC OUTRAGE found in the catalog.
RISKY BUSINESS : PETER SANDMAN ON CORPORATE MISBEHAVIOR AND PUBLIC OUTRAGE
Written in English
In: THE SUN, no. 336 (December 2003) : 4-13.
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Save for later. Most frequently terms. stock stocks market Peter Sandman was one of the speakers and he left an indelible imprint on my brain that has stood the test of time and the test of validation.
He drew the following equation: RISK = HAZARD + OUTRAGE Sandman, explained his equation as follows: “Public perception of risk may not bear much resemblance to Risk Assessment.
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Not bad. Now it’s a zero.” “Please, Miss. Please.” “I said you have a zero. Now just shut up, boy.” And there it was. So easy. So natural.