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Risk Management Summaries

Doing business always bears risks, such as a supply shortfall or even a black swan, like the 2008 stock market crash. Learn what strategies risks managers have up their sleeves to preempt these perils.

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The Black Swan
Book
 

Nassim Nicholas Taleb

Random House, 2007

(10)

The Handbook of International Trade and Finance
Book
 

Anders Grath

Kogan Page, 2012

(8)

Hedge Funds and Systemic Risk
Report

Lloyd Dixon et al.

Rand Corporation, 9/2012

(8)

The Failure of Risk Management
Book

Douglas W. Hubbard

John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2009

(8)

Intellectual Property Strategy
Book
 

John Palfrey

MIT Press, 2012

(8)

How to Measure Anything
Book
 

Douglas W. Hubbard

John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2010

(8)

Moneyball
Book
 

Michael Lewis

W.W.Norton, 2003

(9)

Crisis Communication
Book
 

Peter F. Anthonissen

Kogan Page, 2008

(8)

Green to Gold
Book
 

Daniel C. Esty and Andrew S. Winston

Yale UP, 2006

(10)

Regulation, Market Structure, and Role of the Credit Rating Agencies
Report

Emily McClintock Ekins and Mark A. Calabria

Cato Institute, 8/2012

(8)

Fooled by Randomness
Book
 

Nassim Nicholas Taleb

Thomson Texere, 2001

(9)

How Can We Predict the Next Financial Crisis?
Video

Didier Sornette

TED Conferences LLC, 6/2013

(7)

Cyber War Will Not Take Place
Book

Thomas Rid

Hurst Publishers, 2013

(8)

Predictable Results in Unpredictable Times
Book
 

Stephen R. Covey et al.

FranklinCovey Publishing, 2009

(8)

Capital Ideas
Book
 

Peter L. Bernstein

John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2005

(8)

Owning Up
Book
 

Ram Charan

Jossey-Bass, 2009

(9)

Fundamentals of Enterprise Risk Management
Book
 

John J. Hampton

AMACOM, 2009

(8)

The Fat Tail
Book
 

Ian Bremmer and Preston Keat

Oxford UP, 2009

(9)

Real Options
Book

Tom Copeland and Vladimir Antikarov

Thomson Texere, 2001

(9)

Global Risks 2014
Report

World Economic Forum

WEF, 1/2014

(8)

Surviving and Thriving in Uncertainty
Book

Frederick Funston and Stephen Wagner

John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2010

(8)

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Risk Management

No executive likes to ponder worst-case scenarios, but any business that ignores the reality of risk management is flirting with disaster. Organizations must be prepared to deal with all potential risks and devise comprehensive plans to eliminate or mitigate negative events. getAbstract can help you protect your business by offering insightful advice culled from the latest risk management books on the market. Formulating effective risk management solutions first requires you to identify the threats that can interrupt your operation. Many of the summaries in this critically important category will alert you to potential problems you may have never anticipated. Risk can assume many forms, including production failures, security breaches, legal issues, financial market downturns and natural disasters. Your company’s ability to overcome adversity depends on a thorough and frank assessment of your risk factors and their possible consequences. getAbstract will help you to not only recognize lurking dangers, but to assemble a practical risk management plan of action.

Fundamental Approach

Regardless of your industry, the size of your organization, or your company culture, getAbstract will lay out the fundamentals of risk management. You’ll learn how to strike the proper balance between committing to the process and spending so much time that you never complete the project. Although the notion of a risk management plan can seem intimidating, particularly for organizations that have never developed one, you can feel confident that getAbstract will guide you every step of the way. You have too much at stake to leave your future to chance. Let getAbstract help you minimize your risks and maximize your potential.