Simple Tools and Techniques for Enterprise Risk Management.

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John Wiley & Sons, 23 mar 2011 - 494
Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) represents a fundamental shift in the way businesses must approach risk. As the economy becomes more service driven and globally oriented, businesses cannot afford to let new, unforeseen areas of risk remain unidentified. Currency fluctuations, human resources in foreign countries, evaporating distribution channels, corporate governance, and unprecedented dependence on technology are just a few of the new risks businesses must assess.

This accessible book, aimed at the implementers and practitioners of ERM, provides a highly structured approach so you can easily implement processes in your own organization. You'll find a number of case studies and practical examples from a variety of industries. The chapters are organized in a way that leads you through ERM implementation and include risk identification techniques, risk modelling methods, and the underlying statistics. Order your copy today!

 

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168 CURRENCY RISK
1610 FOREIGN INVESTMENT RISK
1611 DERIVATIVES
1612 SUMMARY
1613 REFERENCES
171 DEFINITION OF OPERATIONAL RISK
172 SCOPE OF OPERATIONAL RISK
173 BENEFITS OF OPERATIONAL RISK

17 BENEFITS OF ERM
18 FRAMEWORK
19 SUMMARY
110 REFERENCES
21 INVESTOR UNREST
22 THE PROBLEM OF AGENCY
23 CADBURY COMMITTEE
24 THE GREENBURY STUDY
25 THE HAMPEL COMMITTEE AND THE COMBINED CODE OF 1998
27 HIGGS
28 TYSON
29 COMBINED CODE ON CORPORATE GOVERNANCE 2003
210 THE COMPLY OR EXPLAIN REGIME
212 FORMATION OF COMPANIES
213 THE FINANCIAL SERVICES AND MARKETS ACT 2000
214 THE LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE
215 SUMMARY
216 REFERENCES
31 SARBANESOXLEY ACT 2002
32 CANADA
33 SUMMARY
34 REFERENCES
41 THE COMPOSITION OF INTERNAL CONTROL
42 RISK AS A SUBSET OF INTERNAL CONTROL
43 ALLOCATION OF RESPONSIBILITY
44 THE CONTEXT OF INTERNAL CONTROL AND RISK MANAGEMENT
45 INTERNAL CONTROL AND RISK MANAGEMENT
46 EMBEDDING INTERNAL CONTROL AND RISK MANAGEMENT
48 REFERENCES
51 RESPONSIBILITY FOR RISK MANAGEMENT IN GOVERNMENT
52 RISK MANAGEMENT PUBLICATIONS
53 SUCCESSFUL IT
54 SUPPORTING INNOVATION
55 THE ORANGE BOOK
56 AUDIT COMMISSION
57 CIPFASOLACE CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
58 M_o_R
59 DEFRA
510 STRATEGY UNIT REPORT
511 RISK AND VALUE MANAGEMENT
512 THE GREEN BOOK
513 CIPFA INTERNAL CONTROL
514 MANAGING RISKS TO IMPROVE PUBLIC SERVICES
515 THE ORANGE BOOK REVISED
516 SUMMARY
61 CHANGE PROCESS FROM THE CLIENT PERSPECTIVE
62 SELECTION OF CONSULTANTS
63 SUMMARY
71 FIRST IMPRESSIONSCONTACT
72 CLIENT FOCUS
74 PAST EXPERIENCES
75 CLIENT INTERVIEW
76 ASSIGNMENT METHODOLOGY
77 CHANGE MANAGEMENT
79 SUMMARY
710 REFERENCES
81 INTRODUCTION
82 PROPOSAL PREPARATION
83 PROPOSAL WRITING
84 APPROACH
85 PROPOSAL
86 CLIENT RESPONSIBILITIES
88 SUMMARY
91 WRITTEN STATEMENT OF PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION
92 MANAGEMENT
93 CUSTOMER DELIGHT
94 SUMMARY
101 PROCESS
102 PROCESS GOAL AND SUBGOALS
103 PROCESS DEFINITION
105 PROCESS OUTPUTS
107 PROCESS MECHANISMS ENABLERS
108 PROCESS ACTIVITIES
109 SUMMARY
1010 REFERENCES
111 PROCESS
112 PROCESS GOAL AND SUBGOALS
113 PROCESS DEFINITION
114 PROCESS INPUTS
115 PROCESS OUTPUTS
117 PROCESS MECHANISMS ENABLERS
118 PROCESS ACTIVITIES
119 SUMMARY
1110 REFERENCES
121 PROCESS
123 PROCESS DEFINITION
125 PROCESS OUTPUTS
126 PROCESS CONTROLS CONSTRAINTS
128 PROCESS ACTIVITIES
129 SUMMARY
131 PROCESS
132 PROCESS GOALS AND SUBGOALS
133 PROCESS DEFINITION
136 PROCESS CONTROLS CONSTRAINTS
138 PROCESS ACTIVITIES
139 SUMMARY
141 PROCESS
142 PROCESS GOALS AND SUBGOALS
143 PROCESS DEFINITION
146 PROCESS CONTROLS CONSTRAINTS
148 PROCESS ACTIVITIES
149 RISK APPETITE
1410 RISK RESPONSE STRATEGIES
1411 SUMMARY
151 PROCESS
152 PROCESS GOALS AND SUBGOALS
153 PROCESS DEFINITION
156 PROCESS CONTROLS CONSTRAINTS
157 PROCESS MECHANISMS
159 SUMMARY
1510 REFERENCE
161 DEFINITION OF FINANCIAL RISK
162 SCOPE OF FINANCIAL RISK
163 BENEFITS OF FINANCIAL RISK MANAGEMENT
164 IMPLEMENTATION OF FINANCIAL RISK MANAGEMENT
166 CREDIT RISK
167 BORROWING
174 IMPLEMENTATION OF OPERATIONAL RISK
176 PEOPLE
177 PROCESSES AND SYSTEMS
178 EXTERNAL EVENTS
179 OUTSOURCING
1710 MEASUREMENT
1711 MITIGATION
1713 REFERENCES
181 DEFINITION OF TECHNOLOGY RISK
182 SCOPE OF TECHNOLOGY RISK
184 IMPLEMENTATION OF TECHNOLOGY RISK MANAGEMENT
185 PRIMARY TECHNOLOGY TYPES
186 RESPONDING TO TECHNOLOGY RISK
187 SUMMARY
188 REFERENCES
191 DEFINITION OF ECONOMIC RISK
192 SCOPE OF ECONOMIC RISK
194 IMPLEMENTATION OF ECONOMIC RISK MANAGEMENT
196 MACROECONOMICS
197 GOVERNMENT POLICY
198 AGGREGATE DEMAND
199 AGGREGATE SUPPLY
1910 EMPLOYMENT LEVELS
1911 INFLATION
1912 INTEREST RATE RISK
1913 HOUSE PRICES
1914 INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND PROTECTION
1915 CURRENCY RISK
1916 SUMMARY
201 DEFINITION OF ENVIRONMENTAL RISK
202 SCOPE OF ENVIRONMENTAL RISK
203 BENEFITS OF ENVIRONMENTAL RISK MANAGEMENT
205 ENERGY SOURCES
206 USE OF RESOURCES
207 POLLUTION
208 GLOBAL WARMING
209 RESPONSE TO GLOBAL WARMING
2010 STIMULATION TO ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS
2011 ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
2012 SUMMARY
211 DEFINITION OF LEGAL RISK
212 SCOPE OF LEGAL RISK
214 IMPLEMENTATION OF LEGAL RISK MANAGEMENT
216 COMPANIES
217 INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
218 EMPLOYMENT LAW
219 CONTRACTS
2110 CRIMINAL LIABILITY IN BUSINESS
2111 COMPUTER MISUSE
2112 SUMMARY
221 DEFINITION OF POLITICAL RISK
223 BENEFITS OF POLITICAL RISK MANAGEMENT
226 CONTRACTS
227 TRANSITION ECONOMIES OF EUROPE
228 UK GOVERNMENT FISCAL POLICY
2210 TERRORISM AND BLACKMAIL
2212 SUMMARY
2213 REFERENCES
231 DEFINITION OF MARKET RISK
232 SCOPE OF MARKET RISK
233 BENEFITS OF MARKET RISK MANAGEMENT
234 IMPLEMENTATION OF MARKET RISK MANAGEMENT
236 PRODUCT LIFECYCLE STAGE
237 ALTERNATIVE STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS
238 ACQUISITION
239 GAME THEORY
2310 PRICE ELASTICITYSENSITIVITY
2311 DISTRIBUTION STRENGTH
2313 RISK RESPONSE PLANNING
2314 SUMMARY
2315 REFERENCES
241 DEFINITION OF SOCIAL RISK
242 SCOPE OF SOCIAL RISK
244 IMPLEMENTATION OF SOCIAL RISK MANAGEMENT
246 POPULATION MOVEMENTS DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGES
247 SOCIOCULTURAL PATTERNS AND TRENDS
248 CRIME
249 LIFESTYLES AND SOCIAL ATTITUDES
2410 SUMMARY
2411 REFERENCES
PROJECT PROFILE MODEL
SUMMARY RISK PROFILE
REFERENCES
1 INTRODUCTION
3 IDENTIFYING RISKS
4 ASSESSING RISKS
5 ADDRESSING RISKS
6 REVIEWING AND REPORTING RISKS
7 ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1 THE GOVERNMENTS ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES
2 IMPROVING GOVERNMENTS HANDLING OF RISK
3 IMPROVING CAPACITY
4 HANDLING THE COMMUNICATION OF RISK
REFERENCES
PROFITABILITY
EFFICIENCY
LIQUIDITY
INVESTMENT RATIOS
REFERENCES
UNDERTAKING SWOT ANALYSIS
RANKING STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES
REFERENCE
UNDERTAKING PEST ANALYSIS
VRIO ANALYSIS
REFERENCE
CONFIGURATION OF RESOURCES
REFERENCES
RESOURCE AUDIT
GENERIC CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS FOR ANY ORGANISATIONAL CHANGE PROJECT
REFERENCE
LOGIC PROBABILITIES
SUBJECTIVE PROBABILITIES
CONDITIONAL PROBABILITY
MULTIPLICATION LAW
BAYES THEOREM
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Rob Chapman is currently a principal consultant with Insight Consulting, part of Siemens Communications. Prior to this appointment he was a director of risk management at Hornagold & Hills, Capro Consulting and Osprey Project Management. He has provided risk management services to companies within the pharmaceutical, aviation, rail, broadcast, heritage, water, sport, oil and gas, construction and transportation industries as well to local authorities in the public sector. Dr Chapman has had articles published by PLC Strategies, Project, the Architects’ Journal and PropertyWeek and refereed papers published by the Journal of International Project Management and Construction Management & Economics. He was awarded a PhD in risk management from Reading University in 1998 for research into the impact of changes in personnel on the delivery of objectives for investment projects. Additionally he has completed research on the subject of risk management on behalf of the Architects Registration Council of the United Kingdom (ARCUK). His book entitled Retaining Design Team Members, a Risk Management Approach was published by RIBA Enterprises Ltd, London, in 2002 which examines the causes behind employee turnover, the impact it can have and the risk mitigation actions that can be implemented to reduce the likelihood of occurrence.
e-mail: mail@DrChapman.fsworld.co.uk

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