Simple tools and techniques for enterprise risk management
- About Author
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 book is aimed at the implementers/practitioners and provides a highly structured approach to ERM, making it very easy for the reader to find their way around the book and so implement the process in their own organisation. It contains a number of case studies and practical examples from a variety of industries. The sequence of chapters follows the way in which practitioners would implement ERM and includes risk identification techniques and risk modelling methods, as well as the underlying statistics.