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Object-oriented Quality and Risk Management (OQRM). A practical and generic method to manage quality and risk. By P.W.M. van Nederpelt
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Management aims to control quality and risks, but it often does not know where to start. Preferably, it should not be too complex, nor should it take up too much time, but it must make sense.... More > Moreover, management would like to start small and possibly build on it further, at a later time. The Object-oriented Quality and Risk Management (OQRM) model described in this book seeks to address this need. The purpose of the book is to enable managers to apply this model in their organizations. The OQRM model is generic in the way it is set up and it may be applied in any organization, at any level and on any scale. The model will help to systematically adopt the right measures. It integrates quality and risk management and furthermore, it meets the need for customization.< Less
Dyman & Associates Risk Management Projects: How To Get The Most Out Of Risk Management Spend By Keirth Lei
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Even with most security budgets growing or at least staying flat for 2014, no organization ever has unlimited funds for protecting the business. That's where a solid risk management plan can be a... More > lifesaver. Dark Reading recently spoke with a number of security and risk management experts, who offered practical tips for getting the most out of risk management. They say smart risk management strategies can make it easier to direct security funds to protect what matters most to the business. Organizations that use them typically can base their spending decisions on actual risk factors for their businesses, rather than employing a shotgun strategy that chases after every threat under the sun. Here are a couple of ways to start making that happen.< Less
Successful Police Risk Management: A Guide for Police Executives, Risk Managers, Local Officials, and Defense Attorneys By G. Patrick Gallagher
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Pulling together police administration and risk management principles, and new processes, Gallagher has developed the Six Layers approach which if implemented will guarantee liability... More > reductions. "Since 1988 Pat Gallagher's expertise had guided our 23 member law enforcement agencies toward a positive culture of policing based upon principles that follow the Constitution and best practices described in his Six Layered Liability Protection System. We successfully avoided many lawsuits because of his training and policy development." Wayne Carlson, Executive Director, Nevada Public Agency Insurance Pool< Less
Successful Police Risk Management: A Guide for Police Executives, Risk Managers, Local Officials, and Defense Attorneys By G. Patrick Gallagher
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Pulling together police administration and risk management principles, and new processes, Gallagher has developed the Six Layers approach which if implemented will guarantee liability reductions.... More > "Since 1988 Pat Gallagher's expertise had guided our 23 member law enforcement agencies toward a positive culture of policing based upon principles that follow the Constitution and best practices described in his Six Layered Liability Protection System. We successfully avoided many lawsuits because of his training and policy development." Wayne Carlson, Executive Director, Nevada Public Agency Insurance Pool< Less
Market risk in transition countries - Value at Risk Approach By Sasa Zikovic
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When using Value at Risk (VaR) models, created and suited for developed and liquid markets, in developing transition markets practitioners and researchers are often troubled with the same questions:... More > Do the VaR model, developed and tested in the developed and liquid financial markets apply to the volatile and shallow financial markets of transition countries? Do the commonly used VaR models adequately capture the market risk of these markets or do they only give a false sense of security? This book gives the answers to such questions and represents the first systematic study of risk management issues in transition markets. It gives an unique empirical analysis of all European transition markets, and presents a new method for calculating VaR in volatile transition markets taking into account the main characteristics of these markets (abrupt changes in the volatility regimes, autoregression, heteroskedasticity, asymmetry and fat tails).< Less
Best Practices for Incorporating Building Science Guidance into Community Risk MAP Implementation By Federal Emergency Management Agency & Department of Homeland Security
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The datasets developed during a project are provided to the community, and the information allows the community to determine whether the higher risk areas require more stringent building codes. Both... More > regulatory and non-regulatory products are presented to the community in a series of Risk MAP meetings. The meetings also include information about Building Science Branch resources, such as the Building Science Toolkit CD, NFIP technical bulletins, disaster recovery advisories, building code assistance, web links, desk references, training resources, and technical publications, all of which can help the community meet FEMA’s goal of fostering resilience through hazard-resistant structure design that leads to reducing the loss of life and property in hazard events.< Less
Titanic: Enterprise and Risk By Kevin McPhillips
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So many businesses, small and global, are driven by visions of size and a desire to push boundaries. Risk is an important part of any enterprise, but do those leading their businesses consider the... More > possibility of the worst happening, and plan to avoid it? Do we place too much trust in those at the helm, and those who wrote the rules? This book focusses on the White Star Line, Harland & Wolff, the people who ran them, and the pressures they encountered. It follows the structure of a business project through to its transition to operations, and uses the story of the Olympic and Titanic to bring out points that are still common and relevant to businesses and organisations in the twenty first century.< Less
Active Risk Attribution By Andreas Steiner
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We propose an integrated analysis of portfolio performance and active risk by applying the Brinson approach to Tracking Error and active Beta.
RISK ASSESSMENT FOR LIFTING TANKS By MELLO GANA
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Emergency risk management is a masterpiece to help safety officers, safety coordinators, and managers to get themselves prepare in case of an emergency. This is also a useful tool for an organization... More > to fully implement OHSAS and ISO 14001.< Less
Essays and Disserations in Business Risk By EssaysYay! Publications
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A collection of dissertations in business risk strategies: Enterprise Risk Management; Activity Based Costing; Entrepreneurial Culture.