Handbook of Integrated Risk Management for E-Business: Measuring, Modeling, and Managing Risk

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Abderrahim Labbi
J. Ross Pub., 2005 - Business & Economics - 318 pages
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“This book provides a recipe for the practical application of technology and is one of the first instances where the tools and technologies that allow for the implementation of solutions to solve specific problems are actually outlined.”

--Dr. Krishna Nathan, Vice President, IBM Research

This ground-breaking book integrates converging views of e-business processes and offers ways to manage their inherent risks with advanced modeling techniques. Contributors from leading academic and business organizations explore state-of-the-art adaptive risk analysis systems that support business processes in project portfolio management, operations management, supply chain management, inventory control, data mining for customer relationship management, information technology security, finance, e-banking, and more. 

Today’s new business environments are characterized by increasing sources of uncertainty and variability which challenge current decision-making processes.Handbook of Integrated Risk Management for E-Business: Measuring, Modeling, and Managing Risk provides a roadmap for identifying and mitigating the primary risks associated with each critical e-business process. It also shows you how to transform your processes by empowering your decision-making systems and how to design appropriate risk management systems for decision support.

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Contents

Integrated Risk Management
33
Human Factors Issues in Computer and EBusiness
63
Using
87
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Abdel Labbi is a research scientist at the IBM Research Laboratory in Zurich, Switzerland, where he specializes in quantifying and modeling e-business risk management. He has published more than 20 papers in international journals on this topic and is a regular speaker at industry events. Dr. Labbi has a Ph.D. from the University of Grenoble and has taught at the University of Geneva.

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