The Race to the South Pole: Lessons in Risk Management for Leaders

In 1911, Roald Amundsen reached the South Pole. 35 days later, Robert Scott followed. Amundsen's party returned to base but Scott's party perished. This webinar uses the history of this event to explore important lessons about managing risk.

Rick Brenner More talks by this speaker

Rick Brenner is principal of Chaco Canyon Consulting. At Draper Laboratory, he was a principal investigator in a DARPA program, the Evolutionary Design of Complex Software, where he conducted research into advanced concepts for real-time software development environments based on dynamic object-oriented programming languages.

Risk Management
82 min