سال انتشار: ۱۳۸۶

محل انتشار: نخستین کنگره بین المللی مدیریت ریسک

تعداد صفحات: ۱۳

نویسنده(ها):

Pardis mohajerani – Department of management, Isfahan university ,Isfahan ,IRAN
Narges rostamian – Department of management, Isfahan university ,Isfahan ,IRAN

چکیده:

Purpose – This paper aims to provide a review of techniques that support risk management in product development projects using the concurrent engineering (CE) philosophy. In this paper, existing techniques were reviewed for their applicability to processes in risk management; namely, techniques for establishing context, risk identification, risk assessment and treatment. The techniques reviewed in this paper can be used for the development of risk management tools for engineering and product development projects .and also a recent study used a qualitative approach to discover how managers interpret risk in different industry contexts. Managers from the oil and gas (٦١), commercial banking (٦٦), and software development (٢٨) sectors were asked an open-ended question about their conceptualizations of risk in the context of regularly encountered business situations. Industry group membership and risk interpretations were found to be significantly related in that the different industry groups showed different distributions of attention to various aspects of risk and as you know Two of the most common reasons for not implementing a risk management program are cost and benefit. We demonstrate that signal detection theory (SDT) can be used to analyze data collected during a risk management program to disambiguate the confounding effects of intervention and response bias .the resultes of Risk Management Practices of different kind of firms have been mentioned. The results reported in this paper shed some much needed light on the subject of corporate risk management. While some of the results have been previously reported elsewhere, the majority of the findings may be classified as novel and thought-provoking. Our findings about attitudes towards risk, in particular, are worthy of special attention and further work. Findings – Risk management is an activity within project management that is gaining importance due to current business environment with a global focus and competition. The findings suggest the importance of evaluating additional real-world populations and contexts to better evaluate where understandings overlap and where they differ, thus identifying aspects of risk that will be more salient in some industry contexts Than in others.