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"Doug Hubbard, a recognized expert among experts in the field of risk management, covers the entire spectrum of risk management in this invaluable guide. There are specific value-added take aways in each chapter that are sure to enrich all readers including IT, business management, students, and academics alike."

Praise for The Failure of Risk Management -Peter Julian, former CIO of the NY Metro Transit Authority, President of The Alliance Group Consulting

"Doug Hubbard’s book should be required reading for managers and practitioners responsible for mitigating risk. If corporations and government are to regain the public trust, effective and broad-based risk management must be as natural as breathing."

Praise for The Failure of Risk Management -Ron Miller, FEMA CIO 2001-2002 former senior advisor, White House Homeland Security Transition Planning Office; Chairman, TeamRonMiller.com

"This book is remarkable in its range of measurement applications and its clarity of style. A must-read for every professional who has ever exclaimed, 'Sure, that concept is important, but can we measure it?"

Praise for How To Measure Anything - Dr. Jack Stenner Cofounder and CEO of MetraMetrics Inc.

"I use this book as a primary reference for my measurement class at MIT. The students love it because it provides practical advice that can be applied to a variety of scenarios; from aerospace & defense, healthcare, politics, etc."

Praise for How To Measure Anything - Ricardo Valerdi PhD, MIT Research Associate at Engineering Systems Division

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Praise for How To Measure Anything - Peter Schay, EVP and COO of the Advisory Council

"I love this book. Douglas Hubbard helps us create a path to know the answer to almost any question in business, in science, or in life . . . How to Measure Anything provides just the tools most of us need to measure anything better, to gain that insight, to make progress, and to succeed."

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Hubbard Decision Research provides training, consulting, and tools for the most difficult measurement, forecasting, and investment decisions facing organizations today.

For over 19 years, our vetted Applied Information Economics methodology has been applied across a diverse range of fields and industries, all over the world.

Applied Information Economics has been used to clarify a variety of difficult and risky decisions over the years in fields as wide ranging as insurance, mining, medical devices, military logistics, and many more. No matter how difficult your challenge in decision analysis, risk assessment, data gathering, and complex forecasting, Hubbard Decision Research can solve it!

Errata Statistics

Although my publisher assures me that some errors always make it through the proofing process, each one is still frustrating to the author - mostly because the author had the chance at some point to catch almost every one of the errors. My wife teaches math at a local...
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The IT Measurement Inversion

By Douglas Hubbard CIO Enterprise Magazine, 04/15/1999 This article is about our research on the value of measurements and measurement priorities. We find that if "information value" were properly quantified in most IT CBA's, we would see that IT measurement...
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Bayesian vs. Frequentist?

Under the Errata forum in a thread I called Second Print Run Corrections , one poster replied that he believed I incorrectly applied the term confidence interval in the book. I discuss several errors in that post in a reply in that thread. But it introduces another...
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Predictive Analytics: Thought Leaders

Letters after names are really, REALLY common these days.  In my parents’ generation you might see M.D., or even J.D., but that was about it.  Today, post-nominal initials are hard to keep up with: CSRTE? FAcEM??. I have an MBA and someone recently asked me why those...
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Risk VS. Return

By Douglas Hubbard InformationWeek, 06/30/1997 We were invited to write the first installment in a new series of guest-author articles for Information Week. This article describes some basic concepts for a how IT might apply the concepts of risk and return so common...
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