There are good reasons why shy people may be drawn to a career like risk management. However, the best kind of shyness is not noticed by anybody else because you use it to propel yourself forward.
The data shows LinkedIn is only a minor source of traffic for Commsrisk, and the number of likes and comments on a LinkedIn post is not a good predictor of how much traffic it will generate.
Other providers of education to RAFM practitioners should ask themselves why GRAPA is so much more popular than they are.
Nobody likes criticism, but refusing to find fault leaves our profession hostage to duplicity and mediocrity.
CTEG is an Iranian consultancy whose staff seemingly include a Greek singer and a Mexican actress, per the photos on their LinkedIn profiles.
In the absence of any professional body that can impose ethical standards of behavior, a lawless attitude to intellectual property continues to dominate revenue assurance.
A widely-shared revenue assurance slide pack that infringes copyright was taken off the web, but is now back again.
A businessman calling himself Aaron Jacobson wanted to promote his telecoms software on Commsrisk. Some research confirmed his identity is a sham.
The social network wrote about the number of users who like WeDo’s comedic look at RAFM.
There are many fake profiles on LinkedIn. When you receive a connection request, how should you check if the person is who they say they are?