Using information to make risks calculable
Help for the “gut feeling”
Using information and making risks calculable. In a time when everything is changing rapidly, the intuition with which we assess risks and make decisions may seem to be disturbed. Assumptions that were thought to be certain too often turn out to be wrong.
With quantitative risk analysis, risks become calculable in the sense of the word.
Which risks are important, which are negligible? How are risks in complex systems interrelated? And how can risks be identified on time?
Together with you, we take a look at your project and identify the corresponding risks.
Reliable criteria are needed to assess risks in a meaningful way. Objective measurements of risks are possible. We show you how just a few pieces of information can help you to significantly improve the accuracy.
Together with you, we work out which methods — often from the agile toolbox — are suitable for reducing risks in the case at hand? We will also work out how these methods can be used effectively.
Value of the information
Together with you, we determine the value that new information can deliver. At the same time, we look at how the cost of this information relates to the risk.