by Michael PowerI'm not sure what value these types of books add. It’s almost a philosophical look at the origins and value of ERM in society today. The text is unnecessarily verbose. A couple of good take aways though included:
- Risk management is a de-regulatory strategy aimed at making the organisation self-aware.
- “…it is really fear of blame, rather than enterprise, which motivates the rational designs for risk management which has developed since 1995.
- “ERM has become a conceptual umbrella, a view from above, for a mix of managerial risk objects which had been functionally separate: legal compliance, strategic clarity, market volatility, information security, and many others can now be imagined together.”
|eBook format||Hardcover, (torrent)|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press, USA|
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|Book rating||4.4 (10 votes)