Recently, I heard someone express an opinion that “Quantitative analysis isn’t viable because we face intelligent adversaries.”
In the first post in this series, I said there were two belief systems that drive the notion of “positive risk” within our profession.
In probably half of the presentations I give about FAIR, someone in the audience will raise their hand and ask, “What about positive risk?”
On October 14th 2016, I had the privilege of providing the keynote presentation at the first annual FAIR Conference in Charlotte, NC.
I recently spoke with a risk professional who had encountered challenges when presenting quantitative risk analysis results to business management.
Sometimes it’s important to challenge conventional “wisdom”.
We’ve recently gotten some questions about how to apply FAIR against project-related risk – e.g., “How much risk is associated with the potential for software testers to be unavailable for this project?”