March 17

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3 reasons why asking risky questions reduces risk

From an otherwise innocent dinner table conversation, I penned this column examining the value of asking risky questions in the quest to reduce risk… what do you think?

Read the column here:  http://www.csoonline.com/article/699119/three-reasons-why-asking-risky-questions-reduces-risk

Three reasons why asking risky questions reduces risk
Business professionals are often afraid to ask uncomfortable questions and will avoid certain topics entirely. But Michael Santarcangelo explains that by evading difficult issues, we actually increase our risk

Read more of Michael’s CSO columns

Get a list of CSO columns by Michael Santarcangelo by clicking this link: http://www.csoonline.com/author/691051/Michael+Santarcangelo


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