This course counts toward the following majors: Operations, Managerial Analytics
In Enterprise Risk Management, we develop a holistic approach to the identification and management of risks facing an organization. Typically recognized forms of risk, such as Operational Risk, Credit Risk and Market Risk are explored in detail. The impact of shocks to enterprises and the role of liquidity risk and the importance of protecting against it are reviewed. The role of operational risks, such as those a rising from reliance on complex systems, outsourcers, international supply chains, lean processes, and external shocks pose perhaps the greatest risk to firms in the post-globalization era and are reviewed accordingly. This course provides frameworks for identifying, quantifying, and managing risks to the overall enterprise and offers direction on the formulation of a successful risk office and its appropriate integration with corporate strategy.
All Students: ( DECS-434-0 OR DECS-450-0 OR DECS-433-0 OR DECS-430-A OR DECS-430-B OR DECS-436-0 OR DECS-445-0 OR DECS-438-A ) AND ( FINC-430-0 OR FINC-440-0 )
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