Learning About Risk: Choices, Connections and Competencies
|Risk, everyone has to face it, but how can you best manage it? This publication will help you gain a fuller understanding of the nature of risk and the process of risk identification and assessment.|
Filled with case examples, anecdotes, quotes and questions that will drive your organization or practice into thinking about risk in entirely new ways, Learning About Risk goes step-by-step through:
- 7 risk models and how they can help ou make smarter choices;
- 11 propositions about risk that will challenge or confirm your views on risk, but most of all spark discussion;
- 12 questions that directors, managers, and service providers can ask about risk; and
- 9 valuable appendices including a case study based on the coroner's report of a tragic accident, an example of one of the best known risk frameworks, a brief description of how an organization can position risk management processes and much more!
For anyone who wants to learn more about risk and risk management, accounting professionals and others who play a management role or provide services in risk identification and assessment for their employers or clients, members of governing bodies charged with oversight of the risk management process, or standard-setting and professional bodies that offer materials or services relating to risk, order your copy of this insightful publication.
Publication Date: 1998
Number of Pages: 134