Fundamentals of Risk

Fundamentals of Risk

1. Not using expert/user data

2. No strategy or a strategy that isn't linking politics and internal prioriteis with priorities of users or recipients

3. Shifting internal priorities constantly

4. Siloed conversations - prohibiting a single, unified vision.

Environment/Cultures of Risk:

- Not actively engaging in new ideas

- Not actively seeking out change

- Not making an effort to encounter new challenges

- Not grappling with things you disagree with

- Not seeking out new people and new opportunities

- Not relishing in the discomfort that comes with being challenged to grow and challenging others to do the same

- Not choosing to be aware/awake

- Not choosing to engage

- Not choosing to challenge your own status quo and that around you.

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