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    In Risk Management, A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words by Thomas Frenehard
    Published on February 17, 2015
    To me, this adage fully applies to risk management where the complex situation and environment of a risk can more easily be grasped visually using dedicated graphical models like the bow tie representation. Indeed, I believe this…
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    CEOs Are In The Dark About How Their Firms Use Data by Tom Groenfeldt
    Published on February 12, 2015
    CEOs have a far rosier view of how well their companies use data than the people who actually do the work with it. A new study by the Economist Intelligence Unit on behalf of  Teradata found that 47 percent of CEOs think their staff have access to all the…

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