Special Issue "New Advance of Risk Management Models"
A special issue of Risks (ISSN 2227-9091).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 December 2022) | Viewed by 19785
Interests: management; knowledge management; HR; change management
Interests: computer information systems; business applications; information systems security
The current business environment is characterised by shorter product life cycles, a higher consumer demand and sustainable and environmentally friendly products and services, which, embedded in unpredictable political, economic and social conditions, pose a major challenge for all organisations. Organisations wanting to succeed in an ever-changing market need to rethink their existing business operations and models, placing greater emphasis on innovation towards sustainability. This requires a business model that creates a safe and secure operation able to minimise risk in all elements of a business' operations. This also means being aware of potential risk factors and their potential impact on all aspects and levels of day-to-day operations, from the establishment of a business to the sustainability of successful operations. When we consider the risks of a business, we have to take into account problems in IT, quality, technology, people, finance, planning and implementation, maintenance, project implementation, etc. Managing all of these is a major challenge for managers, who must also take into account the risks associated with their decisions and knowledge. The aim of this Special Issue is to publish studies that, through their diversity, can provide a comprehensive picture of the risks that businesses face and the management models that can deal with the challenges posed by new risk factors. We plan to publish studies presenting management models suitable for dealing with new constantly emerging risks, or ones presenting novel solutions for dealing with existing, classic organisational risks. We welcome papers illustrating the theoretical and practical applications of quantitative and qualitative risk models, as well as presenting new quantitative risk models, with a preference for papers taking financial areas into consideration.
Prof. Dr. Andrea Bencsik
Prof. Dr. Janos Fustos
Prof. Dr. Maria Jakubik
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- new quantitative risk management models
- financial risk management model
- qualitative risk management models
- risk models of organisational functioning
- organisational processes and management risk models
- new quantitative management risk models