FREE RISK MANAGEMENT BOOK: GUIDE TO EFFECTIVE RISK MANAGEMENT 3.0

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FREE RISK MANAGEMENT BOOK Risk management is ultimately about creating a culture that would facilitate risk discussion when performing business activities or making any strategic, investment or project decision. In this free book, Alex Sidorenko and Elena Demidenko talk about practical steps risk managers can take to integrate risk management into decision making and core business processes. Based on our research and the interviews, we have summarised fifteen practical ideas on how to improve the integration of risk management into the daily life of the organisation. These were grouped into three high level objectives: drive risk culture, help integrate risk management into business and become a trusted advisor. This document is designed to be a practical implementation guide. Each section is accompanied by checklists, video references, useful links and templates. This guide isn't about "classical" risk management with its useless risk maps, risk registers, risk owners or risk mitigation plans. This guide is about implementing the most current risk analysis research into the business processes, decision making and the overall culture of the organization.
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  • ... At present there are various standard software development methodologies [1], [2] as well as quality standard [3], [4] that are considered to be technological boon for every project development team. One of the techniques to ensure an effective software development practices is to ensure higher degree of risk control measures that calls for an effective risk management [5]. Basically, a risk management in software development industry is all about considering all sorts of possible factors that could degrade the product quality or invite some unfortunate challenges in near future during the development period that could possible cost some tangible resources [6], [7]. ...
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    Irrespective of different research-based approaches toward risk management, developing a precise model towards risk management is found to be a computationally challenging task owing to critical and vague definition of the origination of the problems. This research work introduces a model called as PROM i.e. Predictive Optimization of Risk Management with the perspective of software engineering. The significant contribution of PORM is to offer a reliable computation of risk analysis by considering generalized practical scenario of software development practices in Information Technology (IT) industry. The proposed PORM system is also designed and equipped with better risk factor assessment with an aid of machine learning approach without having more involvement of iteration. The study outcome shows that PORM system offers computationally cost effective analysis of risk factor as assessed with respect to different quality standards of object oriented system involved in every software projects.
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    This chapter takes you step by step through the ERM process and presents practical challenges using concrete examples. Robustly developed risk scenarios can challenge management intuition with more rational information on risky decisions. In addition to risk identification and risk assessment, the integration of risk-relevant information into decision-making processes is a key element of value-creating risk management. Level-appropriate, integrated risk reporting suggestions and concepts for continuous improvement of ERM quality complete this chapter.
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