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Business Risk Case Study Ba31

Business Risk Case Study Ba31

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This is the begining of a Case Study for the Risk analyses for the product launch for a soft drink brand shows the step by step approach analysis. It is based on predictive analysis of variance in a given Risk . Crossed 9,000+ views on slide share in the year 2009
This is the begining of a Case Study for the Risk analyses for the product launch for a soft drink brand shows the step by step approach analysis. It is based on predictive analysis of variance in a given Risk . Crossed 9,000+ views on slide share in the year 2009

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Business Risk Case Studies
Ba31Laying down the framework of a Case study
Living Dangerously : Business Risk Management Series
 
Risk Management is not rocket scienceIt is not finding the known, the unknown and the unknowableIt is not quantifying the limitlessIt is not even, solving the Rubik’s cubeIt is at best complex predictive analyticsIt is a process of investigating, analyzing and breaking up multi-dimensional variables into linear components, and measuring,responding and mitigating the Risks.
De mystifying Risk
 
Risk Management by TCM is not a new Risk theory
Risk Management by TCM is merely an innovative application of existing theoriesof risk to reach a desired conclusion.
Risk management in TCM is done by goal changing.
What was “Risk” in the classical theory is the “Risk Cause” in TCM
What was “Risk Effect” in the classical theory is the “Risk” in the TCM
The goal changing helps in easy measurement and quantification of Risk
This is because the effect of any action like “price movement”, “supply delay”,“failure of quality” or “incomplete construction” can be easily recorded andmeasured, while the actions themselves may not be directly measurable.
Hence Risk in TCM can be recorded and quantified.
Goal changing makes it easy to measure Risk

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