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“Weather forecasters are the only people to be wrong half the time and still get paid.” This saying reflects the belief many people have pertaining to weather forecasters’ abilities. Meteorology is an incredibly challenging field, and the fact that weather forecasts are occasionally inaccurate has more to do with predicting events in an incredibly complex system than the professional skills of weather forecasters.

There are a lot of similarities between risk management and weather forecasting, and risk management professionals can learn a lot from studying how weather forecasters have approached the challenging task of predicting future events. An important component of a risk manager’s job involves forecasting trends, communicating the uncertainty of forecasts, and helping business people make risk-aware decisions.

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