Beating IT Risks

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Wiley, May 5, 2005 - Business & Economics - 292 pages
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Beating IT Risks is the essential guide for anyone at risk from information technology failure. The book provides proven models and evaluation tools that will guide board members, senior management, IT leaders and business unit managers in decision-making, monitoring and negotiation roles. Featuring real-world PA Consulting Group case studies along with the authors' own direct experience in managing IT risks, this book will sit above more specialist titles to help you develop an integrated and comprehensive understanding of different IT risks and how to combat them. The authors cover all types of IT risk, and offer explicit guidance about what to consider when implementing a risk management approach to best meet an individual company's needs.

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About the author (2005)

Ernie Jordan has worked as an academic and IT practitioner in four continents and is now Professor of Management at the Macquarie Graduate School of Management in Sydney, Australia. He teaches and leads a research team in IT management, focusing on IT strategy, governance and risk.

Luke Silcock consults extensively on all aspects of IT management for PA Consulting Group and its numerous major international clients. Since graduating from the University of New South Wales in 1992 he has maintained a keen focus on the practical aspects of IT strategy and implementation in his work with IT managers and business leaders.

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