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The Risk Management Handbook

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A cutting-edge survey of the risk management landscape covering the state of the art in today's main application areas of risk management, and identifying emerging trends.

Table of Contents

  1. 01 Introducing risk
    1. What do you do?
    2. What is risk?
    3. What is risk management?
    4. Why does it matter?
    5. And finally…
    6. References
    1. 02 Enterprise Risk Management
      1. Why does Enterprise Risk Management matter?
      2. What is Enterprise Risk Management?
      3. What is risk in this context?
      4. How is enterprise risk managed?
      5. How does Enterprise Risk Management fit?
      6. What’s next?
      7. Find out more
    2. 03 Governance, Risk and Compliance
      1. Why does GRC matter?
      2. What is Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC)?
      3. What is risk in this context?
      4. How is GRC managed?
      5. How does GRC fit?
      6. What’s next?
      7. Find out more
    3. 04 Operational Risk Management
      1. Why does Operational Risk Management matter?
      2. What is Operational Risk Management?
      3. What is risk in this context?
      4. How is operational risk managed?
      5. How does Operational Risk Management fit?
      6. What’s next?
      7. Find out more
    4. 05 Project, programme and portfolio risk management
      1. Why does project, programme and portfolio risk management matter?
      2. What is project, programme and portfolio risk management?
      3. What is risk in this context?
      4. How is risk managed in projects, programmes and portfolios?
      5. How does project, programme and portfolio risk management fit?
      6. What’s next?
      7. Find out more
    5. 06 Political risk management
      1. Why does political risk management matter?
      2. What is political risk management?
      3. What is risk in this context?
      4. How is political risk managed?
      5. How does political risk management fit?
      6. What’s next?
      7. Find out more
    6. 07 Reputational risk
      1. Why does reputational risk matter?
      2. What is reputational risk management?
      3. What is risk in this context?
      4. How is reputational risk managed?
      5. How does reputational risk management fit?
      6. What’s next?
      7. Find out more
    7. 08 Supply chain risk management
      1. Why does supply chain risk management matter?
      2. What is supply chain risk management?
      3. What is risk in this context?
      4. How is supply chain risk managed?
      5. How does supply chain risk management fit?
      6. What’s next?
      7. Find out more
    8. 09 Business Continuity Management
      1. Why does business continuity matter?
      2. What is Business Continuity Management?
      3. What is business continuity in this context?
      4. How is business continuity managed?
      5. How does Business Continuity Management fit?
      6. What’s next?
      7. Find out more
    9. 10 Managing stakeholder risk
      1. Why does stakeholder risk management matter?
      2. What is stakeholder risk management?
      3. What is risk in this context?
      4. How is stakeholder risk managed?
      5. How does stakeholder risk management fit?
      6. What’s next?
      7. Find out more
    10. 11 Ethics in risk management
      1. Why do ethics matter in risk management?
      2. What is ethical risk management?
      3. What is risk in this context?
      4. How is ethical risk managed?
      5. How does ethical risk management fit?
      6. What’s next?
      7. Find out more
    11. 12 Cyber risk management
      1. Why does cyber risk management matter?
      2. What is cyber risk management?
      3. What is risk in this context?
      4. How is cyber risk managed?
      5. How does cyber risk management fit?
      6. What’s next?
      7. Find out more
    1. 13 Country risk management
      1. The importance of anticipation
      2. A sound cross-border risk management platform
      3. Best practices
      4. Why every manager needs to be a country risk manager
      5. Summary: staying ahead of the curve
      6. References and further reading
    2. 14 Communicating uncertainty
      1. Dr Veronica Bowman
      2. Background
      3. An effective communication strategy
      4. Summary: case study
      5. References
    3. 15 Risk-based decision making
      1. Introduction
      2. The decision maker’s conundrum
      3. Understanding how decisions are made
      4. Dual processing
      5. Clockspeed vs velocity
      6. Situation awareness and decision making
      7. Decision controls
      8. Summary
      9. References
    4. 16 Risk leadership in complex organizations
      1. Introduction
      2. Getting the assumptions right
      3. Useful principles for leaders working in and on uncertainty
      4. Systemic risk leadership in practice
      5. Summary: what this means for leaders of organizations
      6. References
    5. 17 Resilience
      1. What is a resilience approach?
      2. Resilience and risk management
      3. Summary: proactive ways to develop resilience
      4. References
    6. 18 Organizational change management and risk
      1. Why is change risky?
      2. Why is risk analysis and management vital during change?
      3. Critical success factors if risk management is to help change management
      4. Summary
      5. References
    7. 19 Risk culture
      1. What is risk culture and why is it important?
      2. How to approach risk culture
      3. Diagnosing risk culture
      4. Risk awareness
      5. Changing or influencing risk culture
      6. Case study
      7. Summary
      8. References
    8. 20 Social media risk
      1. Introduction
      2. The social media business model
      3. Opportunities created by social media for business
      4. Threats associated with social media for business
      5. Exploiting social media opportunities
      6. Mitigating social media threats
      7. Summary
      8. References and further reading
    9. 21 Risk in development aid practice
      1. Risk as an external danger
      2. Risk as an accident associated with human fault
      3. Risk as a social phenomenon
      4. Risk as a global ‘grand challenge’ or mega risks
      5. Summary
      6. References
    10. Epilogue: The future of risk management
      1. Risk is everywhere
      2. Risk management is everywhere
      3. What next?
      4. Where now?
      5. References and further reading