Risk management is a systematic process for identifying and addressing potential risks and opportunities in various contexts, including organizations and projects. It combines quantitative and qualitative analysis to minimize negative impacts and maximize positive outcomes, adapting to evolving global trends and technological developments.
Expected value, a cornerstone of statistics and probability, indicates the average outcome of repeated events. Despite its ubiquity in fields such as economics and decision-making, it doesn’t predict individual outcomes and can be skewed by outliers. Its broad applications necessitate considering ethical implications due to potential unequal impacts.