7 Dec 2011
8 Dec 2011
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Open to: Specialists and business managers, including threat specialists, academics, policy-makers, practitioners and advisors
Cambridge Judge Business School
The annual meetings of the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies are designed to encourage debate and provoke thought across conventional boundaries, around issues of societal and corporate risk.
The 3rd Annual Meeting of the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies examines how risk is likely to change in the future, emerging risks, and the increasing uncertainties of planning for the longer term.
The natural tendency in planning is to assume that recent history is a good guide to future trends, or that today’s situation will continue for the foreseeable future. And yet there are many examples, in many periods and fields, of sudden unexpected changes in direction from historical preceding trends.
This conference will examine the challenges of planning for the future, in particular developing business strategy and government policy over longer term horizons.
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