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Tom Gilb's Law

If you don’t attack the risks, the risks will attack you. There is some amount of risk in every project. Further, ignoring risks does not negate these risks, only that they will not be taken into consideration and managed. If these risks are not monitored they can evolve into real problems that are likely to “attack” you. When something has risks, these risks should not cause you to avoid pursuing the project, nor to pursue the project and ignore the risks and what they can become.


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