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Whether working on an international project for a Fortune 500 company or organizing a family reunion, you need effective project management to ensure timely and efficient completion of projects. This helpful guide offers explanations of everything needed to get started in project management including: how to initiate a project and lead the project team, how to structure the project and plan for resources, how to monitor and track the plan, and how to close out the project. Packed with practical advice, this book includes tips to increase success, reveals common pitfalls to avoid, and presents case studies to show and why project management actually works. Paula Martin (Torrington, CT) is the CEO of Martin Tate, a management consulting and training company. She works with project teams to help them improve performance and has been a consultant on issues related to improving organization performance for over ten years. Karen Tate (Cincinnati, OH) is the President of MartinTate and is a Project Management Professional. She has over twenty years of project management experience and teaches project management to teams in organizations around the world.
Revision with unchanged content. Nowadays Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) becomes focus point in the successful airport and airline business across the world. The model suggestion is created of ERM about airport business as optimal framework to ERM implementation. Applicability assessment and current situation in the TAV Airports Holding at Turkey are reviewed about model suggestion with coordinated efforts. Enterprise risk optimization (ERO) is considered as building stone to establish ERM and its implementation. In this book, ERO model is deal with solving “how is optimal risk amount determine?” main question. In this concept, New Risk Score formula is created by author. The book is organized into VI chapters. Chapter I, Airport business fundamentals are changes are presented. Chapter 2 is detailed explanation of necessity of enterprise risk management to airport and airline business management. Chapter 3, is consist of researching to Enterprise Risk Management Perceptions and Approaches in Airports of Turkey. Chapter 4 is including to Applicability Analysis of ERM at Turkey Airport Business. Chapter 5 is present new airport enterprise risk management model with framework model, information flow system model, organization model for TAV Airport Holding. The Holding has best ERM substructure and capability in the Turkey. Chapter 6, are offer ERO Model and its application to the TAV Airport Holding.
Event Management is a professional field of practice that requires sophisticated skills in strategic planning and analysis, risk assessment, marketing, budgeting, cash flow planning, event proposal development and many other topics. The project nature of events, as well as the range of risks they carry (including financial risk), ensures that skilled and knowledgeable management personnel are required in the industry. Indeed, many major projects in today's corporate world are one-off events requiring these skills. Therefore, public and commercial events and projects are increasingly taking the step of appointing professionally trained personnel to senior positions.
The essence of Web engineering is to successfully manage the diversity and complexity of Web application development and, therefore, to avoid potential failures that may bring about grave consequences. Many failures associated with Web application projects are the consequences of poor awareness of the risks involved and the weak management of these risks. In this regard, effective risk management has become the essential factor in ensuring the success of the Web project management. In this book, we discuss the typical Web application characteristics, the challenges present in Web application development, reviews the problems and limitations of current Web development practices and their implications. It also provides an overview of the current state of the art in software project risk management as well as reviews of the issue of software project risk and current risk management approaches and techniques. Additionally, the book proposed a new risk management process model intends to improve the risk management, to facilitate risk avoidance before the design process start and to increase the prospects of early risk management
Flooding is one of the most common natural disasters worldwide and has the largest economic impact on society. The developing world is particularly vulnerable, as the people there are disproportionately affected by flooding. In Vietnam, flooding occurs annually, and the Thach Han Basin is among the areas vulnerable to flooding. The book describes the process to assess flood risk in the basin. The MIKE model family, including a hydrological model (NAM), hydraulic dynamic model (MIKE 11) and MIKE 11 GIS, was the primary tool applied to create flood risk maps. Risk is herein understood as a function of the hazard and the vulnerability of society to damage due to the hazard. The hazard maps were constructed from the duration maps and the inundation maps. Through field survey and data analysis, land use and population density were chosen as the basis to develop the flood vulnerability maps. Flood risk maps were constructed by integrating the hazard and vulnerability maps.
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The sole purpose of “Periodontal Diseases: Risk Assessment and Management” is to provide evidence based concise material to dental clinicians, physicians, medical and dental postgraduate students as well as those in residency training necessary for the treatment of patients suffering from both periodontal disease and systemic involvement. This effort should prove useful in illuminating the influence of systemic and environmental risk factors that alter the expression of periodontal disease. Assessment and management of risk factors is important for individuals who wish to keep themselves updated with the current research and knowledge imperative for improving the total health care of our society.
This book provides an assessment of the risks to human health associated with consumption of fish from Laguna de Bay. Fish samples of bangus, bighead carp, dalag, kanduli, and tilapia collected during the wet and dry seasons were analyzed for cadmium, lead, mercury, arsenic, and chromium. Estimates of health risks were summarized according to non-carcinogenic and carcinogenic health effects. Non-carcinogenic Hazard Quotient values of five heavy metals showed that lead is the most urgent pollutant of concern from all sampling locations in the lake. Elevated health risk for mercury was also evident in the west and central bay particularly for dalag and kanduli species. Among the five heavy metals only arsenic is a confirmed human carcinogen through the oral route of exposure. The highest life time cancer risk for arsenic was computed for tilapia from sampling station 2B (dry season) with risk value of 8.5E-04 or an excess of 85 cancer cases per 100,000 population. From the point of view of human health protection, fish products from the lake particularly bangus, bighead carp, dalag, kanduli and tilapia are not fit for long-term human consumption.
Balanced, practical risk management for post – financial crisis institutions Fundamentals of Risk Management fills a critical gap left by existing risk management texts. Instead of focusing only on quantitative risk analysis or only on institutional risk management, this book takes a comprehensive approach. The disasters of the recent financial crisis taught us that managing risk is both an art and a science, and it is critical for practitioners to understand how individual risks are integrated at the enterprise level. This book is the only resource of its kind to introduce all of the key risk management concepts in a cohesive case study spanning each chapter. A hypothetical bank drawn from elements of several real world institutions serves as a backdrop for topics from credit risk and operational risk to understanding big-picture risk exposure. You will be able to see exactly how each rigorous concept is applied in actual risk management contexts. Fundamentals of Risk Management includes: Supplemental Excel-based Visual Basic (VBA) modules, so you can interact directly with risk models Clear explanations of the importance of risk management in preventing financial disasters Real world examples and lessons learned from past crises Risk policies, infrastructure, and activities that balance limited quantitative models This book provides the element of hands-on application necessary to put enterprise risk management into effective practice. The very best risk managers rely on a balanced approach that leverages every aspect of financial operations for an integrative risk management strategy. With Fundamentals of Risk Management, you can identify and control risk at an expert level.
In this book, one of recently developed risk analysis and management method, which is entitled modified advance programmatic risk analysis and management (MAPRAM), is illustrated. This method is capable to address project failure risks simultaneously including cost, time and quality risks over the whole life cycle of a project. The APRAM model is employed to optimize the allocation of budget reserves through trade-offs between technical and managerial failure risks based on the preferences of the decision maker(s). It allows for checking whether technical and managerial risks meet the thresholds of acceptability. A case study has been presented in order to demonstrate the method accordingly. Light steel frame (LSF) system and conventional construction system (CCS) as the two main possible alternatives for construction of an actual two-story building are compared considering all technical and managerial issues.
The objective of this study was to improve our understanding of vulnerability and risk assessment; it's causes basically show the intensity, its distribution and human-environment effect on the ecosystem in the Apodi-Mossoro estuary, Northeast Brazil. Vulnerability and risk assessment provides a means of adding value due to ecosystem hazards and land use change scenarios in terms of in between producer, taxpayers, service provider and users (Socio-economic data). This is the type of information for example that can be of interest to policy makers and society at large, and can help influence future development pathways. Scenarios are useful for exploring uncertainties in vulnerability and risk assessment and an indicator for where we can be more, or less, uncertain about the future. Furthermore, it helps in indicating how society and policy can have an important role to play in future development pathways. Based on this assessment, this research proposes concrete perspectives and possibilities to bene?t from existing commonalities in the construction and application of assessment tools.
An integrated model for the risk assessment is developed for abandoned radioactive logging sources (Am-241 and Cs-137) in Nigerian oil wells. The model is composed of four components: Source term, Barrier failure model, a geosphere model, a biosphere model, and finally a dose and health effect model to analyse the radionuclide dispersion phenomenon from the abandoned source term to the risk of serious health effects on members of the public (cancer death). In addition to time-dependent annual release rate and dose rate for each radionuclide, the ultimate risk in terms of cancer death rate is estimated. The results show that the highest value of the annual dose for the abandoned radioactive logging sources is less than the individual dose limit to the human body, and the calculated highest cancer death rate is much lower than that of background radiation but higher than that of low-level waste repository. It is concluded that the use of simplified mathematical modelling for the risk assessment of abandoned radioactive sources in oil wells could be an effective tool for development of efficient and acceptable abandonment procedure.
The Online Program Economic Risk Assessment (OPERA) model is a guide to assist educational institutions in the design, launch, and operation of online degree programs. While every organization will have different costs, the OPERA model presents cost categories and percentages of total expenditures that can inform online programs to expected costs and the relative magnitude of those costs. The OPERA model should serve as a helpful planning tool to project the expected expenses associated with launching or operating an online degree program.
This book is on Freshwater samples from oil producing communities of Egi, Omoku and Egbema in Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni Local Government Area in Rivers State, Nigeria which were examined for physico-chemical parameters and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) loads. The human carcinogenic risk of seven priority PAH suites were also determined. Physico-chemical parameters was determined using standard methods. Determination of PAHs was done using gas chromatography/flame ionization detector (GC/FID), the risk assessment of probable human carcinogens in the Group B2 PAHs via ingestion determined in accordance with the standards of the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) for individuals of selected ages.