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Risk Aware

Author : Amelia C. Gormley
ISBN : 1626494126
Genre : Fiction
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Tattoo artist Geoff Gilchrest is convinced his life is some sort of cosmic joke. Why else would a hemophiliac also be a masochist? He's given himself more than one elbow bleed since puberty just doing what guys do when alone and bored, so forget about whips and chains. How many partners would contemplate playing with someone even a mild flogging could kill? Gallery owner Robin Brady knows he can deliver what Geoff needs: to be taken to the edge of danger but never beyond. But Robin came to Saugatuck to get away from the leather scene and heal from a betrayal by his former sub, so he's not sure he should get involved with Geoff. His ambivalence isn't helped by the fact that Geoff's unwillingness to communicate about his well-being hits Robin in some very raw places. Geoff's hemophilia isn't the obstacle he thinks it is. Instead, a lack of trust-on both their parts-is what could end them before they have a chance to begin.

Driven To Perform

Author : Nenshad Bardoliwalla
ISBN : 0978921895
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 23. 48 MB
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Providing a comprehensive tour of performance management methods and software applications, this resource contains the overview of the process, technology, and people issues in the field, along with hands-on recommendations for specific business areas.

Enterprise Risk Management

Author : John Fraser
ISBN : 9780470499085
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 50. 56 MB
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If you want to understand enterprise risk management (ERM) from some of the leading academics and practitioners of this exciting new methodology, Enterprise Risk Management—part of the Robert W. Kolb Series in Finance—is the book for you. Through in-depth insights into what practitioners of this evolving business practice are actually doing as well as anticipating what needs to be taught on the topic, John Fraser and Betty Simkins have sought out the leading experts in this field to clearly explain what enterprise risk management is and how you can teach, learn, and implement these leading practices within the context of your business activities. With this book, the authors take a broad view of risk management, or what is generally called a holistic approach to ERM. Enterprise Risk Management introduces you to a wide range of concepts and techniques for managing risk in a holistic way that correctly identifies risks and prioritizes the appropriate responses. This invaluable guide offers a broad overview of the different techniques: the role of the board, risk tolerances, risk profiles, risk workshops, and allocation of resources, while focusing on the principles that determine business success. This comprehensive resource also provides a thorough introduction to enterprise risk management as it relates to credit, market, and operational risk, as well as the evolving requirements of the rating agencies and their importance to overall risk management in a corporate setting. Filled with helpful exhibits and examples, Enterprise Risk Management offers a wealth of knowledge on the drivers, techniques, and benefits involved in successfully implementing enterprise risk management. Chapter by chapter, this book: Discusses the history of risk management and more recently developed enterprise risk management practices, and how you can prudently implement these techniques within the context of your underlying business activities Provides coverage of topics such as the role of the chief risk officer, the use of anonymous voting technology, and risk indicators and their role in risk management Explores the culture and practices of enterprise risk management without getting bogged down by the mathematics surrounding the more conventional approaches to financial risk management This informative guide will put the evolving methodology of enterprise risk management—which has been described as a proxy for good management—in perspective and help you unlock its incredible potential.

Managing Cultural Risk

Author : John Humphries
ISBN : 0749471271
Genre : Business & Economics
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An organization's risk culture is shaped by its willingness to take risks in pursuit of its strategic goals. A proactive, risk tolerant and risk aware culture is increasingly recognized as an essential component of successful organizations. Managing Cultural Risk addresses how to change attitudes and responses to the way in which risks are identified, assessed and controlled, and it explains how to determine how much risk taking is acceptable. Risk consultant John Humphries offers techniques for developing risk awareness and management, and he looks at how cross-cultural issues can also affect risk taking in multinational firms. Senior managers and risk practitioners will learn to analyze why different risk cultures work or don't work, consider the different emotional and underlying factors associated with an intolerant and risk averse culture and use plans, and assessments to diagnose and measure their risk culture. With in-depth case studies practical tools, Managing Cultural Risk explains how to adapt an organization's risk culture to suit its needs and objectives.

Risk Awareness And Corporate Governance

Author : Brian Coyle
ISBN : 1845160622
Genre : Business & Economics
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* Up to date and detailed * With the collapses of Enron and WorldCom, this has become a hot topic * Related specifically to banking and finance Revelations about Enron and WorldCom have raised huge concerns over the viability or plain lack of will among some major corporations to exercise proper governance of their exposure to risk, financial reporting and other corporate activities. This manual is an advanced guide to the principles of risk awareness and management and provides an analysis of the requirements of corporate law and directors' responsibilities. Advanced students of management in financial services and mid-level managers who hope to advance will find this a valuable resource.

Multi Agent Modeling Of Risk Aware And Privacy Preserving Recommender Systems

Author : Vishnu Srivastava
ISBN : OCLC:988120499
Genre : Recommender systems (Information filtering)
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Recent progress in the field of recommender systems has led to increases in the accuracy and significant improvements in the personalization of recommendations. These results are being achieved in general by gathering more user data and generating relevant insights from it. However, user privacy concerns are often underestimated and recommendation risks are not usually addressed. In fact, many users are not sufficiently aware of what data is collected about them and how the data is collected (e.g., whether third parties are collecting and selling their personal information). Research in the area of recommender systems should strive towards not only achieving high accuracy of the generated recommendations but also protecting the user's privacy and making recommender systems aware of the user's context, which involves the user's intentions and the user's current situation. Through research it has been established that a tradeoff is required between the accuracy, the privacy and the risks in a recommender system and that it is highly unlikely to have recommender systems completely satisfying all the context-aware and privacy-preserving requirements. Nonetheless, a significant attempt can be made to describe a novel modeling approach that supports designing a recommender system encompassing some of these previously mentioned requirements. This thesis focuses on a multi-agent based system model of recommender systems by introducing both privacy and risk-related abstractions into traditional recommender systems and breaking down the system into three different subsystems. Such a description of the system will be able to represent a subset of recommender systems which can be classified as both risk-aware and privacy-preserving. The applicability of the approach is illustrated by a case study involving a job recommender system in which the general design model is instantiated to represent the required domain-specific abstractions.

Enterprise Risk Management In International Construction Operations

Author : Xianbo Zhao
ISBN : 9789812875495
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This book provides readers an understanding of the implementation of Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) for international construction operations. In an extended case study, it primarily focuses on Chinese construction firms (CCFs) based in Singapore. In this regard, the book explains the differences and similarities between Risk Management (RM), Project Risk Management (PRM) and ERM in the construction industry, and examines their linkages for international construction operations in a broader context. The explanation elaborates on how companies may adopt and implement RM, PRM and ERM as appropriate in their various operations, both in their home market as well as in overseas host markets. The book also reviews the whole spectrum of work relating to organizational behavior (OB) as one of the key underpinnings for companies to evaluate and implement ERM. It will benefit practitioners from the industry as well as academics interested in the implementation of ERM practices in international construction operations.

Fundamentals Of Risk Management

Author : Paul Hopkin
ISBN : 9780749472450
Genre : Business & Economics
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Now in its third edition, Fundamentals of Risk Management provides a comprehensive introduction to commercial and business risk for anyone studying for a career in risk as well as for a broad range of risk professionals in different sectors. Providing extensive coverage of the core concepts and frameworks of business continuity planning, enterprise risk management and project risk management, with an increased focus on risk in international markets, this is the definitive guide to dealing with the different types of risk an organization faces. With relevant international case studies and examples from both the private and public sectors, this third edition is completely aligned to ISO 31000. Including a thorough overview of the international risk standards and frameworks, it explores the different types of risk an organization faces, including hazard risks and uncertainties. This new edition includes an extended section with best-practice advice on analysing your organization's risk appetite and successfully implementing a company-wide strategy on risk, reinforced by enhanced resilience. Endorsed by the IRM and the core text for their International Certificate in Risk Management qualification, Fundamentals of Risk Management is the definitive professional text for risk managers.

Enterprise Risk Management

Author : James Lam
ISBN : 0471430005
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 70. 8 MB
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Enterprise risk management is a complex yet critical issue that all companies must deal with as they head into the twenty-first century. It empowers you to balance risks with rewards as well as people with processes. But to master the numerous aspects of enterprise risk management, you must first realize that this approach is not only driven by sound theory but also by sound practice. No one knows this better than risk management expert James Lam. In Enterprise Risk Management: From Incentives to Controls, Lam distills twenty years' worth of experience in this field to give you a clear understanding of both the art and science of enterprise risk management. Organized into four comprehensive sections, Enterprise Risk Management offers in-depth insights, practical advice, and real world case studies that explore every aspect of this important field. Section I: Risk Management in Context lays a solid foundation for understanding the role of enterprise risk management in today’s business environment. Section II: The Enterprise Risk Management Framework offers an executive education on the business rationale for integrating risk management processes. Section III: Risk Management Applications discusses the applications of risk management in two dimensions–functions and industries. Section IV: A Look to the Future rounds out this comprehensive discussion of enterprise risk management by examining emerging topics in risk management with respect to people and technology. JAMES LAM is President of James Lam & Associates, an independent risk advisory firm. Before starting his own firm, Lam was founder and president of ERisk and partner of Oliver, Wyman & Company. In 1997, as chief risk officer at Fidelity Investments, he was named the first-ever Financial Risk Manager of the Year by the Global Association of Risk Professionals. Prior to Fidelity, he was chief risk officer of Capital Markets Services, Inc., a GE Capital Company. Lam graduated with honors from Baruch College and received his MBA from UCLA. He is also currently an Adjunct Professor of Finance at Babson College.

Security Leader Insights For Risk Management

Author : Richard Chase
ISBN : 9780128009048
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 75. 2 MB
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How do you, as a busy security executive or manager, stay current with evolving issues, familiarize yourself with the successful practices of your peers, and transfer this information to build a knowledgeable, skilled workforce the times now demand? With Security Leader Insights for Risk Management, a collection of timeless leadership best practices featuring insights from some of the nation’s most successful security practitioners, you can. This book can be used as a quick and effective resource to bring your security staff up to speed on security’s role in risk management. Instead of re-inventing the wheel when faced with a new challenge, these proven practices and principles will allow you to execute with confidence knowing that your peers have done so with success. Part one looks at the risk assessment and subtopics such as compliance, using risk assessments to increase security’s influence, and risk indicator dashboards. Part two discusses risk management topics such as board-level risk, global risk, risk appetite, and enterprise risk management (ERM). Security Leader Insights for Risk Management is a part of Elsevier’s Security Executive Council Risk Management Portfolio, a collection of real-world solutions and "how-to" guidelines that equip executives, practitioners, and educators with proven information for successful security and risk management programs. Each chapter can be read in five minutes or less, and is written by or contains insights from experienced security leaders. Can be used to find illustrations and examples you can use to deal with a relevant issue. Brings together the diverse experiences of proven security leaders in one easy-to-read resource.

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