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|CHAPTER Impact of Risk on Shareholder Value Great deeds are usually wrought |
at great risks. Herodotus, 5th century BC Greek historian, The Histories Book 7,
Chapter 50 The policy of being too cautious is the greatest risk of all. Jawaharlal
|It exposes no one to unnecessary risk, and it manages necessary risk |
appropriately. Let's look at what this entails. CAREFUL. MANAGEMENT. OF.
RISK. Great deeds are usually wrought at great risk, wrote the Greek historian
|Herodotus said that great deeds are usually wrought at great risk. I would add to |
that: great risks are often taken without any great deeds in mind. But that is not to
diminish the human achievements that owe their existence to a willingness to ...
|Risk? Great deeds are usually wrought at great risks. Herodotus. Risk. is the |
possibility of suffering harm or loss; an element or course involving uncertain
danger or hazard. Resilience, on the other hand, is the ability to recover quickly
|Wiston Churchill And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was |
more painful than the risk it took to blossom. Anais Nin l guess what ... Helmuth
von Moltke Great deeds are usually wrought at great risks. Herodotus The policy
|Risks, change and transformation Human nature is so complex and convoluted, |
multi-layered and multicentered, that for ... The Greek philosopher Herodotus
said that great deeds are usually wrought at great risk, but we want great rewards
|The bank's board of directors recognized risk was a 'key' issue but did not seem |
to be much concerned with it; the audit committee seemed interested in process
rather ... As Herodotus observed, 'Great deeds are usually wrought at great risks'.
|Yet positive connotations of risk are rarely featured in professional discourses, |
although they abound in our cultural values and lore captured in such sayings as
'Great deeds are usually wrought at great risks' (Herodotus, 484 BC 430 BC) or
|6. Risk. Aversion. Great deeds are usually wrought at great risk. Herodotus 6.1 |
Introduction Stochastic dominance concerns the assessment and comparative
statics of risk. It asks: What is meant by one prospect being more risky than
|Great deeds are usually wrought at great risk, said the Greek philosopher |
Herodotus. To which I add: The greater the risk, the greater the reward. Of course,
venturing with forethought reduces the chance and brings excitement into the ...