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Management of Risk - Guidance for Practitioners, Third Edition - M_o_R Manual

SKU: 3280
Authors: The Stationery Office
Publishers: TSO
Format: Softcover
ISBN13: 9780113312740
ISBN10: 0113312741
Pages: 160
Published: 09 Dec 2010
Availability: In Stock
Format: Online
Published: 01 Mar 2011
Format: Adobe eBook
ISBN13: 9780113312757
ISBN10: 011331275X
Published: 19 Jan 2010
Availability: Download
The third edition of the Management of Risk (M_o_R®) manual.
Price: $70.00


Management of Risk – Guidance for Practitioners, Third Edition aims to help organisations put in place an effective framework for risk management which will enable them to take informed decisions about the risks that affect their strategic, programme, project and operational objectives.

M_o_R® is the Cabinet Office’s best practice guidance for risk management, which offers a structured and effective framework for cost-effective, best-practice risk management that can help organisations improve service delivery and achieve real value for money.

M_o_R aims to help organisations achieve their objectives by first identifying risks, and then choosing the right response to the threats and opportunities that are created by uncertainty.

Management of Risk - Guidance for Practitioners, Third Edition:

  • provides an accessible, step-by-step framework for managing risk that covers the M_o_R principles, approach and process;
  • advises on how to embed and review risk management differently, depending on the objectives at risk;
  • demonstrates how successful risk management can benefit an organisation by contributing to fewer unwelcome surprises, more efficient use of resources, better service delivery and lower capital costs;
  • includes real-life examples that illustrate how the M_o_R principles, approach and process can be applied;
  • identifies more detailed sources of advice on risk management techniques and specialisms;
  • is the key study guide for the M_o_R exams as it covers every aspect of the M_o_R methodology and is the basis for the exams syllabuses.

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1. Introduction
1.1 Purpose of this guide
1.2 What is risk?
1.3 What is risk management?
1.4 Why is risk management important?
1.5 How has risk management developed?
1.6 Corporate governance and internal control
1.7 Where and when should risk management be applied?
1.8 Risk specialisms
1.9 OGC best-practice guidance
1.10 How to use this guide
2. Management of risk principles
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Aligns with objectives
2.3 Fits the context
2.4 Engages stakeholders
2.5 Provides clear guidance
2.6 Informs decision-making
2.7 Facilitates continual improvement
2.8 Creates a supportive culture
2.9 Achieves measurable gain
3. Management of risk approach
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Risk management policy
3.3 Risk management process guide
3.4 Risk management strategy
3.5 Risk register
3.6 Issue register
3.7 Risk improvement plan
3.8 Risk communications plan
3.9 Risk response plan
3.10 Risk progress report
3.11 Relationship between documents
4. Management of risk process
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Common process barriers
4.3 Communication through the process
4.4 Identify – context
4.5 Identify – identify the risks
4.6 Assess – estimate
4.7 Assess – evaluate
4.8 Plan
4.9 Implement
5. Embedding and reviewing management of risk
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Embedding the principles
5.3 Changing the culture for risk management
5.4 Measuring the value
5.5 Overcoming the common barriers to success
5.6 Identifying and establishing opportunities for change
6. Perspectives
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Strategic perspective
6.3 Programme perspective
6.4 Project perspective
6.5 Operational perspective
6.6 Achieving measurable value
6.7 Integrating risk management across perspectives
6.8 Roles and responsibilities
Appendix A: Management of risk document outlines
A.1 Risk Management policy
A.2 Risk management process guide
A.3 Risk management strategy
A.4 Risk register
A.5 Issue register
A.6 Risk improvement plan
A.7 Risk communications plan
A.8 Risk response plan
A. 9 Risk progress report
Appendix B: Common techniques
B.1 Introduction
B.2 Techniques for the identify – context step
B.3 Techniques for the identify – identify the risks step
B.4 Techniques for the assess – estimate step
B.5 Techniques for the assess – evaluate step
B.6 Techniques for the plan step
B.7 Techniques for the implement step
Appendix C: Management of risk health check
C.1 Purpose
C.2 Process
C.3 Framework
Appendix D: Management of risk maturity model
D.1 Introduction
D.2 Process improvement
D.3 Definition
D.4 Purpose
D.5 Scope
D.6 Structure/composition
D.7 Levels
D.8 Criteria
D.9 Competencies
D.10 Management of risk maturity model
D.11 Use/deployment
D.12 Conclusion
D.13 Other examples
D.14 More information on the OGC P3M3
Appendix E: Risk specialisms
E.1 Business continuity management
E.2 Incident and crisis management
E.3 Health and safety management
E.4 Security risk management
E.5 Financial risk management
E.6 Environmental risk management
E.7 Reputational risk management
E.8 Contract risk management

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This product, along with the other OGC M_o_R books are available in our M_o_R and Risk Management Starter Kit.

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