Both financial and non-financial managers with accountability for performance at either a strategic level or for a business unit have responsibility for risk management, in terms of failing to achieve organisational objectives.
Fundamentals of Enterprise Risk management is structured around four parts and 26 self-contained chapters. Each chapter will have ample practical examples and illustrations/mini-case studies from retail, manufacturing and service industries and from the public and not-for-profit sectors to enable the reader to understand and apply the concepts in the book.
*Increase your awareness and understanding of enterprise risk management;
*Enable you to to play a more important role in an organisation's risk management process;
* Help you to producing information and implement controls that contribute to the effective management of risk.
* Undergraduate and postgraduate accounting and management students
* Students from a variety of disciplines aspiring to general management
* Specialist students of risk management who want a broad-based enterprise-level understanding of risk management
Senior Lecturer, Management Accounting, Department of Accounting and Finance, Monash University in Melbourne, Australia
"I think that this book could be used for students at a number of levels. For example in the 1st year of our undergraduate degree we have struggled to find a text that that gives the students a flavour of the in-depth topics that will follow"
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