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“Thinking, Fast and Slow” by Daniel Kahneman – must read!

Highly recommend “Thinking, Fast and Slow” by Daniel Kahneman, recipient of the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences.

“…The impact of loss aversion and overconfidence on corporate strategies, the difficulties of predicting what will make us happy in the future, the challenges of properly framing risks at work and at home, the profound effect of cognitive biases on everything from playing the stock market to planning the next vacation—each of these can be understood only by knowing how the two systems work together to shape our judgments and decisions.”

“Thinking, Fast and Slow” by Daniel Kahneman – Amazon

Anatoly Suzdaltsev, CEO RiskGap

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RiskGap at Crunchbase

Follow RiskGap at Crunchbase 😉 Our profile is here.

Have a good day!

Anatoly Suzdaltsev, RiskGap CEO

Urban deal

Hello, IBM!

Hi! We have a breaking news, we’ve become IBM partner in the program IBM Global Entrepreneur Program for Cloud Startups.

Our CTO Vladimir Legkunets has already the point of view how to integrate IBM services, SoftLayer and BlueMix, in our infrustructure. I’m sure that RiskGap became faster, smarter and will provide you the best quality for risk management process!

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RiskGap takes part in Agile Days 2015!

Would you like to know more about risk management? If yes – we invite you to visit a global conference“Agile Days 2015”. Anatoly Suzdaltsev (RiskGap, CEO) will tell about project’s risks.

The main points in his lecture – Why do we need to manage risks and Risk management as a tool of project organisation.

Remember the time – 19-th of March 14-30

Agile Days is a largest international conference in CIS market with more than 900 attendances.

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Taxonomy-Based Risk Identification

Almost 22 years ago, in 1993, Software Engineering Institute has created a Project Risk taxonomy for Software projects. The document is very professional and still actual for Software companies!

Here is the link to the PDF document Taxonomy-Based Risk Identification, authors Marvin J. Carr, Suresh L. Konda, Ira Monarch, F. Carol Ulrich.

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Why we made RiskGap?

In 2014, a Risk Management Survey was conducted. Of these surveyed 78% responded that they currently manage risks, 18% would like to manage risks.

It was concluded that 96% of the pool surveyed are interested in Risk Management! Sounds good! But!

However of those 96% only 5% actually use professional risk management tools. 68% use mostly Microsoft Excel, 7% use Microsoft SharePoint or no tools at all.

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Let’s get started!

Want to know the outcome of your current or next projects future? Yes? Well let’s get started!

Over the course of the next few months RiskGap team members are going to be publishing interesting and useful articles about our own project: Risk Management Survey 2014, Risk management process development and, about RiskGap the company!

Keep an eye out for our discussions on Risk Management in Software development, High Tech, Engineering and Manufacturing, Architecture and Construction companies.Welcome to our Facebook page and Professional Community at LinkedIn!

Most importantly, we would like to announce a special project– Risk Gap Methodology which you will be able to experience very soon!

In order to ensure that you do not miss out on the experience please register here and as a special Welcome and Thank You, you will get RiskGap access for 1 project for free.

Anatoly Suzdaltsev, CEO RiskGap