3 Rules for Effective Risk Evaluation

With no breaks, no interruptions and no rabbit holes, we had less than 15 minutes to introduce a risk, provide background, discuss and ask questions, and have each executive submit their six ratings—a pretty daunting sum of activities in a very short span of time. We knew this was an ambitious feat and would require careful preparation to pull it off. So we established the following ground rules to help us execute a productive meeting.