Decision making process should be used everyday for more rational resources allocations. How come it is not a democratised process yet?
Sep 7th, 2009
Complex mathematics and impervious literature might be the root cause of many professionals’ impression that quantitative risk assessment and the resulting risk-based decision making are to be used and constitute the exclusive domain of high-stake decision-makers.
“Improving Sustainability through Reasonable Risk & Crisis Management” is the title of the 2007 Book published by Riskope to guide corporate managers to making better decisions, steer their projects across an ocean of uncertainties and make winning moves.
Improving Sustainability through Reasonable Risk and Crisis Management by Riskope
The book has been written for key personnel and mid-management in diverse arenas in need for transparent and efficient ways of evaluating risks and crises, comparing business alternatives or making and justifying sound and sustainable management decisions.
Readers of the book have appreciated the effort and the fresh and innovative look on this apparently impervious discipline.
Through the book, which features concrete, real life, examples, readers learn how risk assessments are put together (designed); to select the best suited management options; to evaluate and prepare for crises; to define acceptable and tolerable risks; to make better, sustainable and well documented decisions.
Riskope’s approach is effective, pragmatic and demystifies risk management. Finally a democratic easy to understand manual to steer you business toward success and long term sustainability.
After having read this book your outlook on the world will be much different.
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Category: Hazard, Risk analysis, Risk management, Tolerance/Acceptability
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