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26th February, 2014

Beyond the Cassandra Syndrome: Understanding the failure and success of warnings

Event Details

Date:
26th February, 2014
Time:
18:30
Venue:
Great Hall, King’s Building, Strand Campus

Presented by the Arts and Humanities Research Institute

Great Hall, King’s Building, Strand Campus

An Inaugural Lecture by Christoph Meyer (King’s College London). Based on lessons from a range of cases, the lecture will set out how to judge warning success and failure, how individuals and organisations can become better at producing and processing warnings and when it is best to prepare for warning failure.


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