Imagine you had a time machine… the only catch is you could only use it to going back in time in order to experience what your profession was like in the past.
How many ways do we try to understand our future and the risks or opportunities connected to it? When analyzing risks and its effect we often assume we did everything to reduce the risks based on our current knowledge. But do we know for a fact that the risks are reduced? Are we able to act on this information?