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It is in no way scientific but I do find that book sales at the Institute of Risk Management‘s Global Forum (the 2011 Forum took place earlier this week in Liverpool) offer some insight into what risk managers are concerned about. This year it was pretty much honours even between quantified risk management and qualified risk management … and there were plenty of people asking about material on managing uncertainty. The top selling titles at this year’s event were: Andy Garlick’s Estimating Risk; David Hancock’s Tame, Messy and Wicked Risk Leadership and David Hillson’s Exploiting Future Uncertainty.