This book develops the notion that companies can succeed on the basis of risk management, much as companies compete on efficiency, costs, labor, location, and other dimensions. The reality of risk and how it impacts companies is that it is much more definite, often catastrophic and looks more like a shock. This is striking, as a difference between firms on risk different than a marginal difference in operating efficiencies, for example. Competing on Risk Management requires a discipline, a commitment to using information and recognizing shocks and then acting upon those to redistribute assets. This book will examine how leading firms that compete on risk have done this and showcase best practices and impacts to the capital structure of firms and their organizational formation. Contents:Introduction to RiskOverview of Risk DecisionsDealing With Shocks a Large Scale Risks Impacting Markets and IndustriesOperations Pose Embedded Risks to the EnterpriseReliance on Technology Increases Operational Risk a Often It Is Not ObviousDealing With Contagion and Persistence in RisksRisk Management as a Corporate CompetencyProtecting the Enterprise From Itself a Learning From History, Again Forming an Organization That Competes on Risk: Organizational ImplicationsDeveloping a Culture for Sound Risk ManagementToyota: Dealing With Crisis in a Major (Foreign) MarketCommunicating Risk Information in the EnterpriseBenefits of Competing on Risk Readership: Business professionals and students interested in the topic of risk management. Keywords:Risk Management;Risk;Financial Markets;Enterprise RiskKey Features:Best practices for dealing with operational and enterprise riskExamples of risk management as a competitive advantage for an enterpriseExamples of how risk management best practices add long term shareholder valueReviews: aProfessor Walker provides an excellent perspective on risk management and its importance in corporate strategy and running a global business. I highly recommend this book to executives, board members and anyone else who truly wants to understand the key concepts of risk management.a Harry M Kraemer, Jr. Executive Partner of Madison Dearborn Partners and former Chairman and CEO of Baxter International Inc. aThis book addresses risk management as a corporate competency that is important to the success of the organization and is an excellent read for executives and board members seeking to develop winning risk management strategies.a Dennis Chookaszian Former Chairman and CEO of CNA Insurance Company aThe events of 2008 showed that risk was mispriced and misunderstood by many businesses. There were winners and losers. This book will help you be a winner with risk!a Donald P Jacobs Dean Emeritus of the Kellogg School of Management aIn this engaging analysis of risk management, Dr. Russell Walker takes a holistic look at the competitive advantages of risk and how to approach volatility and uncertainty. Dr. Walker provides strong historical context for risk and then explores how it impacts modern business organizations in diverse ways a from operational risk in the supply chain to technological risks inherent in digital processes. Drawing from theory and practice, Dr. Walker highlights various real-world cases of risk management, including examples from the 2008 recession. Of special benefit is his focus on how top firms successfully compete on risk. Anyone seeking an accessible and rich consideration of risk will gain valuable insight from Dr. Walker's treatment of this ever-present market force.a Dipak C Jain Dean of INSEAD aOf special interest are the many relevant case studies that help the reader to identify decisions that led to catastrophe or to success. Winning with Risk Management is highly recommended for any engineer, and especially for professionals with risk analysis responsibilities.a Product Development a Management AssociationDecember 2009: Toyota accounted for 33% of all unintended acceleration complaints filed with NHTSA in 2009, ... Hours later Toyota tells NHTSA it will issue a recall to remedy this problem with the pedals. ... January 26, 2010: Toyota halts US sales of eight models, including its best-selling Camry and Corolla sedans.
|Title||:||Winning with Risk Management|
|Publisher||:||World Scientific - 2013-04-04|