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Strategic Risk Management

  • ID: 3635646
  • Book
  • Region: Global
  • Risk Books
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Strategic Risk Management explores the risks posed to a firm by its corporate strategy and business model. It's based on real world case studies and research into strategy development, focusing on the process of developing sustainable corporate strategies. You're given an understanding of the risks that can arise in your firms’ corporate strategies and how such risks can be addressed in the immediate future. You're taught to evaluate the risks both in your current business model and in the proposed changes to that model in order to build your own specific, comprehensive, long-term corporate strategy methodology.

Despite the deficiencies of current strategic risk management practises, the input of operational risk teams in big strategic decisions is still limited. Research has shown that few operational risk managers feel they have anything more than an advisory role when it comes to strategic planning. The regulatory community has been aware of this issue for some time, and has been attempting to encourage companies to pay more attention to op risk concerns in the context of strategic decision making. Operational risk teams will have a lot of work to do in the coming years as their role in strategic risk management increases, and will require guidance.

Strategic Risk Management explores this topical and important area, which examines the risks posed to a firm by its corporate strategy and business model. Strategic Risk has become a significant focus for firms which have experienced substantial losses and even bankruptcy for failing to manage these risks. In financial services the failure of misplaced or misguided strategy can be catastrophic.
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Part I - Theories of Strategy and Strategic Risk

1. Introduction
2. What is Strategy?
3. What is Strategic Risk?
4. Different Strategies, Different Risks
5. Responsibilities
6. Current State/ Strategic Baseline

Part II - Case Studies in Strategic Risk

7. Growth Strategies
8. Static Strategies
9. Innovation Strategies
10. Restructuring Strategies

Part III - Tools and Techniques for integrating Risk into Corporate Strategy

11. Tools and Techniques for Risk Management
12. Managing Strategic Positioning Risks
13. Managing Strategic Execution Risks
14. Summary

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Dr Patrick McConnell has been a senior manager in, and a consultant to, large international corporations, financial institutions and governments on multiple continents for over 35 years. His expertise is in operational risk management and information technology. In his academic career, Dr McConnell has taught in Australia, China, Japan and Ireland to advanced students and in-house executives, has published widely in The Journal of Operational Risk and other risk management journals, and co-authored a book on people risk management. He holds a doctorate in business administration and degrees in pure and applied mathematics, and is a fellow of BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT.
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