Enterprise Risk Management: From Incentives to Controls

Enterprise risk management is a complex yet critical issue that all companies must deal with as they head into the twenty-first century. It empowers you to balance risks with rewards as well as people with processes.

But to master the numerous aspects of enterprise risk management- you must first realize that this approach is not only driven by sound theory but also by sound practice. No one knows this better than risk management expert James Lam.

In Enterprise Risk Management: From Incentives to Controls- Lam distills twenty years’ worth of experience in this field to give you a clear understanding of both the art and science of enterprise risk management.

Organized into four comprehensive sections- Enterprise Risk Management offers in-depth insights- practical advice- and real world case studies that explore every aspect of this important field.

Section I: Risk Management in Context lays a solid foundation for understanding the role of enterprise risk management in todays business environment.

Section II: The Enterprise Risk Management Framework offers an executive education on the business rationale for integrating risk management processes.

Section III: Risk Management Applications discusses the applications of risk management in two dimensions – functions and industries.

Section IV: A Look to the Future rounds out this comprehensive discussion of enterprise risk management by examining emerging topics in risk management with respect to people and technology.

Failure to properly manage risk continues to plague corporate America from Enron to Long Term Capital Management. Don’t let it hurt your organization. Pick up Enterprise Risk Management and learn how to meet the enterprise-wide risk management challenge head on and succeed.

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Authors: James Lam
Publisher: John Wiley
ISBN 10: 0471430005
ISBN 13: 9780471430001
Pages: 336
Format: Hard Cover
Published Date: 24/06/03

“I would highly recommend this book to anyone with a serious interest in understanding risk management from a holistic perspective.”