Practical Enterprise Risk Management: A Business Process Approach by Gregory H. Duckert
English | 2010 | ISBN: 0470559853 | 275 pages | PDF | 2 MB
Practical Enterprise Risk Management
A reference point for any organization engaged in setting up an enterprise-wide risk assessment and management oversight system, Practical Enterprise Risk Management presents an alternative to more commonly seen models-without overcomplicated, convoluted presentations. Straightforward and to the point, this book offers how-to, hands-on guidance based on fact, common sense, and practical methodologies for implementation.
Filled with relevant examples from the healthcare, manufacturing, and retail industries, Practical Enterprise Risk Management introduces clear-cut guidance on important topics, including:
What ERM is ?
?And what it is not
The Great SOX Fallacy
How to objectively define risk
Building a fluid/dynamic risk model
ERM, one step at a time
Who really owns the risk management process
Monitoring controls with metrics
Discover your organization's real results and actual business processes. Get to the root cause of its key risks. Manage those risks with true understanding instead of best guesses. Practical Enterprise Risk Management shows you how, with an approach to risk management that makes sense, offering plain-English evaluations of risk analysis techniques and systems strategies for the creation of a highly effective ERM environment that yields real business value.
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