Graeme Keith and I attended the 4th Risk Forum at DTU last week. It was Graeme’s first public appearance in his new role as Senior Partner in Decision Risk Analytics and he gave a very interesting presentation on the relationship between strategy and risk management. You can find Graeme’s presentation here: https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6466325317748301824
We are delighted to welcome Graeme Keith to the team as Senior Partner. With a PhD in applied mathematics, Graeme brings deep domain expertise in the quantification and modelling of uncertainty, together with extensive experience from Denmark’s biggest companies, advising executive management on strategy, portfolio management and enterprise risk management. Graeme started out developing mathematical models[…]
DECISION RISK ANALYTICS is the new name for the consulting services offered by the RiskyDecisions company. As our new web-based Python version of the RiskyDecisions software suite nears completion, we are turning our attention to our consulting services and building the team and capabilities that will ensure our clients enjoy maximally effective implementation of the[…]
We are pleased to announce that Andreas Stilling-Andersen has joined our team to help developing and maintaining our software products. Andreas is studying Physics and Nanotechnology at the Technical University of Denmark and will be working part-time with RiskyDecisions.
We are looking for a Python consultant to help us transfer an existing desktop software package to a web-based platform.
Here at RiskyDecisions, we have been working hard to establish a new company with the main purpose of making it easier for organisations to integrate risks and uncertainties in their business decision-making processes – and to do it consistently and in quantitative terms. This makes it possible to compare the resulting probabilistic business cases on[…]