Studying the tails of distributions is essential for risk management. Whether in probabilistic risk assessment or even in qualitative hazard studies, risk management aims to understand tail events. Risk measures such as value at risk or expected shortfall are essentially measures of the distributions’ tails. So, if you’re concerned about your project cost overrun risks, for example, you’re worried about the tail of the cost distribution.
There’s a rising trend of businesses starting to prioritize environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues. But without a blueprint to follow, how do organizations implement meaningful sustainability efforts?
Hatch, working through its investment arm Canadian Shield Capital, recently invested in Cambridge Brain Sciences to accelerate a technology that will help us understand the cognitive function of people, particularly before the start of a workday. In his recent blog, Dan Welshons gives us a behind-the-scenes look at a global workplace wellness program that uses progressive tools aimed at supporting a healthy workforce.
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Friday, September 24, 2021