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A favor to ask, please

Hi, It's Julian Talbot here.


I have a quick favor to ask.


I have focussed most of my books so far on the how of risk management. But in my training, I rely heavily on anecdotes because they communicate meaning. on


I'm very close to wrapping up a book on risk management stories and could use your help.


Stories are more powerful for sharing concepts and ideas because we remember stories.


I'm too close to the book to pick a title, and so I thought I would seek the 'wisdom of crowds.'


Could I ask for 20 seconds of your time to let me know which of the following grabs you as a book title?


The book will be a collection of risk management ideas illustrated through infamous disasters and resounding success stories, although not so many of the latter.


I'm just looking for your initial gut instinct.


1. Tales from the Edge: Real-Life Risk Management Lessons

2. Crisis Chronicles: Unraveling the World's Most Infamous Risk Management Cases

3. Risk Management: Navigating Catastrophe through True Stories

4. The Art of Managing Risk: Lessons from History's Worst Incidents


Which book title do you like? Or, to put it another way, which would you most likely gift to a friend based purely on the title?

  • Tales from the Edge: Real-Life Risk Management Lessons

  • Crisis Chronicles: Unraveling the World's Most Infamous Risk

  • Risk Management: Navigating Catastrophe through True Stories

  • The Art of Managing Risk: Lessons from History's Worst Incid

Last, can you suggest any risk management case studies you think I should include?


And if you have questions about risk, please let me know and ,I'll do my best to answer with a case study when the book is published in early August.

Thank you for your time. I truly appreciated it.


Cheers,


Julian




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