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Face Your Stressors Head on with Residuality Theory

Posted October 8, 2020 in Business Technology & Digital Transformation Strategies
Using Residuality Theory to Manage Risk
The process of residual analysis tests and proves (or disproves) the ability of the system to meet stressors for which it has not been designed. For those obvious stressors normally not included in a risk assessment, the process provides a method for analyzing how these stressors react when they occur in chains and eventually gives a sense of how the system behaves when exposed to stress in general.
About The Author
Barry M. O'Reilly
Barry M. O’Reilly is a Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium's Business & Enterprise Architecture and Business Agility & Software Engineering Excellence practices. He is the founder of Black Tulip Technology and creator of Antifragile System Design. Previously, he held positions as Chief Architect for Microsoft's Western Europe practice and IDesign, IOT TAP Lead for Microsoft’s Western Europe practice, Worldwide Lead for Microsoft’s… Read More
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