Rethinking risk : how companies sabotage themselves and what they must do differently by Joseph W. Koletar
By: Koletar, Joseph W.Publisher: New York, USA Amacom 2011Description: xxviii, 242 p. : ill. 24 cm.ISBN: 9780814414965.Subject(s): RISK MANAGEMENT | CORPORATE CRIME | FRAUD | CORPORATE STRATEGY | Risk_Management
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Observations about risk ; Fraud as an example ; Frontline interviews with risk management experts ; How we attempt to deal with risk ; Why things go wrong ; How risk is discovered ; Organizational intelligence - practical reality ; Organizational intelligence - thought and theory ; Using consultants ; Concluding thoughts
Considers the human dimension of risk management which the author argues is often overlooked. Discusses issues such as embezzlement, faulty manufacturing, stolen property and manipulated financial records. Includes examples and interviews, and offers solutions on how to prevent these problems from occurring.