Based on over thirty years of experience, recognized industry leader Gary Lynch reveals in this essential guide a game plan to identify and manage a range of risks faced in this brave new globalized world of changing market dynamics and complex high-tech value networks. This groundbreaking book articulates an experienced-based and spot-on assessment of risk management realities that all corporations should make core to their corporate cultures.
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About the Author
Gary S. Lynch, CISSP, is a recognized thirty-year industry veteran worldwide, with leadership positions in the operational, supply chain, and IT risk management profession. He has held risk executive positions at Chase Manhattan Bank and Prudential. While serving as a global leader at Marsh and a partner at Booz Allen Hamilton, he pioneered leading-edge methodologies to transform their business supply chain, operational, IT, and continuity risk management programs. He has contributed to the World Economic Forum Global Risk Report, been a panel member with the World Customs Organization and The Albright Group at the New Reality of Risk Forum, and was a speaker at the 2007 Secure Trade in APEC Region conference. He has appeared on the Discovery/Equinox Channel, NBC Nightly News, CNBC, and the ABC broadcast network and has been published in the Wall Street Journal, CEO Magazine, Financial IT Decisions, CIO Insight, The Asset (Asia Pacific), and Business Review Weekly.
Table of Contents
Introduction. Cause and Effect in the Brave New World.
Section I. Change, the Double-Edged Sword.
Chapter 1. Rapid Change, Escalating Risk.
Chapter 2. Cause and Effect.
Chapter 3. The Vulnerable Organization.
Section II. Line of Sight.
Chapter 4. A Leadership Crisis?
Chapter 5. The Value Chain.
Section III. Consciousness, Engagement and Execution.
Chapter 6. Develop, nurture and sustain a risk conscious culture.
Chapter 7. Diverse Stakeholders Views Motivations Across the Value Chain.
Chapter 8. Executing the Plan.