Dr Roger Miles on Conduct Risk - what is it & how can we manage it?

Dec. 7, 2019

Dr Roger Miles is an expert in Conduct. In this episode, I explore with him what that means and how he came to specialise in it. Using stories ranging from Reality TV shows, to the 1902 Hanoi Rat Plague, Roger explores ho…

Tom & Christian's 2nd Human Risk Talk

Nov. 28, 2019

In this episode, I'm joined again by co-host Tom Hardin. Together we explore Human Risk related stories we've come across that we think are worth diving into in more detail. You can hear Tom's story in Episode 2. In this …

Ricardo Pellafone on why Compliance Design isn't an oxymoron

Nov. 20, 2019

In this episode, I speak to Ricardo Pellafone, the founder of The Broadcat, a Compliance Design Company. He describes himself as "a startup founder focused on making law accessible to non-lawyers through good design. We tak…

Tom & Christian's Human Risk Talk

Nov. 7, 2019

In this episode, I'm launching a new recurring feature on the podcast. In these Human Risk Talks, I'll be joined by co-host Tom Hardin and together we'll explore Human Risk related stories we've come across that we think ar…

Tom Hardin on his experience as FBI Informant Tipper X

Oct. 31, 2019

How does someone become an FBI informant? That's the story my guest Tom Hardin shares with me on this re-recorded episode. Tom and I originally spoke in 2019, but we thought we'd re-record the episode in 2021, to take acco…

Professor Yuval Feldman on why we should write rules for good people not bad people

Oct. 11, 2019

We have laws to protect us from the actions of 'bad' people. But why might writing laws for 'bad' people actually be a bad idea? That's what my guest, Professor Yuval Feldman, asks in his research and helps me explore on th…

Preview: The Human Risk Podcast

Oct. 7, 2019

Coming soon is The Human Risk podcast, looking at how Behavioural Science can help manage the biggest risk facing most organisations: people!