Systemic and Systematic Risk Management

1st Edition

Joseph E. Kasser

CRC Press
June 4, 2020 Forthcoming
Reference - 312 Pages - 64 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9780367112219 - CAT# K407178

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Summary

This book discusses risk management as it applies to the problem-solving process for simple, complex, and wicked problems. The book does this in the context of policies. When applying systems thinking to risk management, it can be seen that risk management applies to everything in daily life, from crossing the road, to preventing problems from arising in project management, as well as in major systems development and social systems.

This book will provide ways of closing the loop and providing the policy makers with the tools to monitor the policy implementation.

Since policies are implemented via projects, people in all disciplines that make use of projects from systems engineering, civil engineering, software engineering and government agencies

Features

    • Discusses risks throughout the policy implementation process and shows how the nature of the risks change from political, to financial, to technological, as the implementation proceeds
    • Points out that in most instances the traditionally ignored major risk is that of poor performance by personnel
    • Presents the relationship between policy creation, implementation, and project management
    • Shows how to proactively incorporate prevention into planning, in order to prevent risks, rather than having to mitigate them when they occur

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