Operational Risk Management

Operational Risk Management

C. Ariel Pinto
Luna Mylene Magpili
Raed M. Jaradat

In Stock Date: 
08/28/2015
Print Price: 
$49.95
Print ISBN: 
9781606505304
E-book Price: 
$29.95
E-book ISBN: 
9781606505311
Pages: 
150
Binding Type: 
Softcover

Businesspersons—including engineers, managers, and techno-prenuers—are trained and drilled to make things happen. Part of their practice is to guide others on building monuments of success, and to make difficult decisions along the way. However, they will all realize that decisions they make eventually determine the chances they take, and become fraught with uncertainty.

This book is developed to give businessperson the opportunity to learn operational risk management from a systems perspective and be able to readily put this learning into action, whether in the classroom or the office, coupled with their experience and respective discipline.

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C. Ariel Pinto

C. Ariel Pinto

Dr. Ariel Pinto is an associate professor of engineering management and systems Engineering at Old Dominion University. His works focus on multi-disciplinary approaches to risk management in engineered systems and systems engineering.

Luna Mylene Magpili

Luna Mylene Magpili

Dr. Luna Magpili is an associate professor of engineering management and technology at Washington State University. She graduated with a PhD in systems engineering from the University of Virginia and a BS and MS in industrial engineering from the University of the Philippines. She served at International Relief and Development managing disaster operations and rebuilding efforts around the globe

Raed M. Jaradat

Raed M. Jaradat

Raed M. Jaradat is an assistant professor of industrial engineering in the department of industrial and systems engineering at Mississippi State University. Prior to joining Mississippi State University, he worked as a visiting assistant professor at Penn State University. He holds a BS in business, an MA in operations management, and PhD in engineering management from Old Dominion University.