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Complete each of the tasks outlined below. Do not print any of this material.Upd

Complete each of the tasks outlined below. Do not print any of this material.Update the risk register with risks that might happen on a project to roll out 5,000 new workstations in the company. Input three individual risk entries into the risk register.Download the Risk Register template.Enter three risk register entries.Update the probability impact matrix based on the new entries placed in the risk register above.Download the Probability Impact Matrix template.Complete the probability impact matrix task.
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I’m working on a risk management report and need guidance to help me learn.Defer

I’m working on a risk management report and need guidance to help me learn.Deferred / Referred Summative Coursework Assessment:Assume that as part of your job application to a particular entity, you have been asked to write an assessment of the entity for the purposes of its risk management. This should be written in memo format (see later).GRADUATE JOB IMPACT: We know that applying for jobs is high on the agenda of many students. The research and work performed here will not only involve you applying risk management theory to a case study but will also help you prepare for a job interviews with organisations, and immediately for the one chosen for the Task.Module Learning Outcomes Assessed:Apply risk management theory to a case study Practice critical reflection in applying risk management theory to a specific entity
Presentation Requirements:Format:This should be written in memo format and include:A statement explaining the key goal/s of the entity and an assessment of the risk environment in which it operates and four key risks they face due to this. One of these risks should be positive (i.e. an opportunity). The inherent risk of each of them should be mapped on a risk matrix.
An explanation and assessment of its governance structure, organisational culture and risk management control system. This should explain how risk is managed at a general level. Accordingly, you should critically assess its use of Enterprise Risk Management (or not).
A statement about the risk appetite of the entity and why this is so. Take the risk matrix at point 1 and identify the area within the entity’s risk appetite. Explain how the entity uses mitigations/controls to move each of the risks that you identified in point 1 from an (unacceptable) inherent level to a tolerable (residual) level. Your recommendation for better management of a key risk that you identified in 1. (Please do not choose Brexit or Covid-19). This should include a cost-benefit analysis of at least your recommended option. You should also draw a bow-tie analysis to show the controls currently used, your recommendation, and the control types.
Points to note:You should choose an entity that you will or have already applied to. Whichever entity you choose, you MAY NOT contact the entity. You must base your assessments on publicly available information only. Referenced using Harvard style.
In-text references and the reference list are not included in the word limit. To all intents and purposes, each section of the memo will be equivalent in word count.
For ease of reading, you may use sub-headings and include diagrams in-text. Please ensure any diagrams are appropriately labelled.
Word Count: 2,700 words (+/- 10%) maximum.Font Style: Arial Font Size: 11 or 12Line Spacing: 1.5 lines
Requirements: 2700   |   .doc file

Assignment Instructions: You began with developing a SWOT analysis that identifi

Assignment Instructions:
You began with developing a SWOT analysis that identified certain threats to be considered with the acquisition of a product or service that further differentiated the company’s presence in the marketplace and placed it in a competitive environment that it had not yet experienced. You then selected three fictitious competitive risks that you believed would be of concern in the acquisition of the new product and described each risk, establishing what the threat or risk was and its cause. You then explained where you would look for the data to perform the analytics-based assessment of the risk, providing your early views on the risk impact and the likelihood that it could occur. You then described how you would interact with your team and senior managers to complete the risk assessment. This was followed by your recording of the risks in the provided Risk Treatment and Response Plan (RT&RP) template. Thereafter, you had updated and submitted the Risk Treatment and Response Plan each week with information that you gathered throughout the term.
You then qualitatively assessed the three risks you identified to determine if they could potentially require further quantitative analysis. You provided a summary of how you qualitatively assessed these risks using Scenario Analytics (Chapter 22) and Industry Fusion Analytics (Chapter 17) describing how you used these analytics-based methods and techniques for risk identification, assessment, and mitigation. You then concluded, by risk, if there was a need for further quantifiable analysis in which you identified one risk that was eligible for further analysis using quantitative analytics techniques including predictive modeling and updated the RT&RP with an explanation as to why one or more of these risks are considered candidates for further quantitative analysis. You then quantitatively assessed one of your three risks using the Indicators and Warning (I&W) analysis technique (Chapter 16 in the textbook) preparing a summary of how you quantitatively assessed the risk using the I&W analysis technique, summarizing what steps you took to determine quantitatively, the potential impact and probability of the risk. Then you again updated the RT&RP with the summarized high-level results of the quantitative assessment. You then established the necessary risk response strategies to mitigate the impact of your chosen risks. Key Risk Indicators (KRI’s) were created to ensure that management remains aware of potential risks. Your risk response strategy provided a short description of the three risks and the associated KRI that you used for each risk. For each KRI you explained the basis for its development, referencing the phases of CRISP-DM to ensure that you fully understood the specific risk along with the data sources and models used in monitoring and reacting to the risks. You also provided thresholds that would represent trigger points for each risk and a risk response strategy that management would invoke if the risk threshold was breached.
Please feel free to refer to examples from the textbook; Business and Competitive Analysis (Fleisher & Bensoussan, 2015) or any other reference material you choose. Please remember citations and references for your sources.
Format:
Background
Identification of Risks
Qualitative Risk Assessment
Quantitative Risk Assessment
Risk Response Strategy
Key Risk Indicators (KRI’s) and their trigger points for action
Conclusion
Annex 1: Complete Risk Treatment and Response Plan

Assignment Instructions: You began with developing a SWOT analysis that identifi

Assignment Instructions:
You began with developing a SWOT analysis that identified certain threats to be considered with the acquisition of a product or service that further differentiated the company’s presence in the marketplace and placed it in a competitive environment that it had not yet experienced. You then selected three fictitious competitive risks that you believed would be of concern in the acquisition of the new product and described each risk, establishing what the threat or risk was and its cause. You then explained where you would look for the data to perform the analytics-based assessment of the risk, providing your early views on the risk impact and the likelihood that it could occur. You then described how you would interact with your team and senior managers to complete the risk assessment. This was followed by your recording of the risks in the provided Risk Treatment and Response Plan (RT&RP) template. Thereafter, you had updated and submitted the Risk Treatment and Response Plan each week with information that you gathered throughout the term.
You then qualitatively assessed the three risks you identified to determine if they could potentially require further quantitative analysis. You provided a summary of how you qualitatively assessed these risks using Scenario Analytics (Chapter 22) and Industry Fusion Analytics (Chapter 17) describing how you used these analytics-based methods and techniques for risk identification, assessment, and mitigation. You then concluded, by risk, if there was a need for further quantifiable analysis in which you identified one risk that was eligible for further analysis using quantitative analytics techniques including predictive modeling and updated the RT&RP with an explanation as to why one or more of these risks are considered candidates for further quantitative analysis. You then quantitatively assessed one of your three risks using the Indicators and Warning (I&W) analysis technique (Chapter 16 in the textbook) preparing a summary of how you quantitatively assessed the risk using the I&W analysis technique, summarizing what steps you took to determine quantitatively, the potential impact and probability of the risk. Then you again updated the RT&RP with the summarized high-level results of the quantitative assessment. You then established the necessary risk response strategies to mitigate the impact of your chosen risks. Key Risk Indicators (KRI’s) were created to ensure that management remains aware of potential risks. Your risk response strategy provided a short description of the three risks and the associated KRI that you used for each risk. For each KRI you explained the basis for its development, referencing the phases of CRISP-DM to ensure that you fully understood the specific risk along with the data sources and models used in monitoring and reacting to the risks. You also provided thresholds that would represent trigger points for each risk and a risk response strategy that management would invoke if the risk threshold was breached.
Please feel free to refer to examples from the textbook; Business and Competitive Analysis (Fleisher & Bensoussan, 2015) or any other reference material you choose. Please remember citations and references for your sources.
Format:
Background
Identification of Risks
Qualitative Risk Assessment
Quantitative Risk Assessment
Risk Response Strategy
Key Risk Indicators (KRI’s) and their trigger points for action
Conclusion
Annex 1: Complete Risk Treatment and Response Plan

Assignment Instructions: You began with developing a SWOT analysis that identifi

Assignment Instructions:
You began with developing a SWOT analysis that identified certain threats to be considered with the acquisition of a product or service that further differentiated the company’s presence in the marketplace and placed it in a competitive environment that it had not yet experienced. You then selected three fictitious competitive risks that you believed would be of concern in the acquisition of the new product and described each risk, establishing what the threat or risk was and its cause. You then explained where you would look for the data to perform the analytics-based assessment of the risk, providing your early views on the risk impact and the likelihood that it could occur. You then described how you would interact with your team and senior managers to complete the risk assessment. This was followed by your recording of the risks in the provided Risk Treatment and Response Plan (RT&RP) template. Thereafter, you had updated and submitted the Risk Treatment and Response Plan each week with information that you gathered throughout the term.
You then qualitatively assessed the three risks you identified to determine if they could potentially require further quantitative analysis. You provided a summary of how you qualitatively assessed these risks using Scenario Analytics (Chapter 22) and Industry Fusion Analytics (Chapter 17) describing how you used these analytics-based methods and techniques for risk identification, assessment, and mitigation. You then concluded, by risk, if there was a need for further quantifiable analysis in which you identified one risk that was eligible for further analysis using quantitative analytics techniques including predictive modeling and updated the RT&RP with an explanation as to why one or more of these risks are considered candidates for further quantitative analysis. You then quantitatively assessed one of your three risks using the Indicators and Warning (I&W) analysis technique (Chapter 16 in the textbook) preparing a summary of how you quantitatively assessed the risk using the I&W analysis technique, summarizing what steps you took to determine quantitatively, the potential impact and probability of the risk. Then you again updated the RT&RP with the summarized high-level results of the quantitative assessment. You then established the necessary risk response strategies to mitigate the impact of your chosen risks. Key Risk Indicators (KRI’s) were created to ensure that management remains aware of potential risks. Your risk response strategy provided a short description of the three risks and the associated KRI that you used for each risk. For each KRI you explained the basis for its development, referencing the phases of CRISP-DM to ensure that you fully understood the specific risk along with the data sources and models used in monitoring and reacting to the risks. You also provided thresholds that would represent trigger points for each risk and a risk response strategy that management would invoke if the risk threshold was breached.
Please feel free to refer to examples from the textbook; Business and Competitive Analysis (Fleisher & Bensoussan, 2015) or any other reference material you choose. Please remember citations and references for your sources.
Format:
Background
Identification of Risks
Qualitative Risk Assessment
Quantitative Risk Assessment
Risk Response Strategy
Key Risk Indicators (KRI’s) and their trigger points for action
Conclusion
Annex 1: Complete Risk Treatment and Response Plan

Assignment Instructions: You began with developing a SWOT analysis that identifi

Assignment Instructions:
You began with developing a SWOT analysis that identified certain threats to be considered with the acquisition of a product or service that further differentiated the company’s presence in the marketplace and placed it in a competitive environment that it had not yet experienced. You then selected three fictitious competitive risks that you believed would be of concern in the acquisition of the new product and described each risk, establishing what the threat or risk was and its cause. You then explained where you would look for the data to perform the analytics-based assessment of the risk, providing your early views on the risk impact and the likelihood that it could occur. You then described how you would interact with your team and senior managers to complete the risk assessment. This was followed by your recording of the risks in the provided Risk Treatment and Response Plan (RT&RP) template. Thereafter, you had updated and submitted the Risk Treatment and Response Plan each week with information that you gathered throughout the term.
You then qualitatively assessed the three risks you identified to determine if they could potentially require further quantitative analysis. You provided a summary of how you qualitatively assessed these risks using Scenario Analytics (Chapter 22) and Industry Fusion Analytics (Chapter 17) describing how you used these analytics-based methods and techniques for risk identification, assessment, and mitigation. You then concluded, by risk, if there was a need for further quantifiable analysis in which you identified one risk that was eligible for further analysis using quantitative analytics techniques including predictive modeling and updated the RT&RP with an explanation as to why one or more of these risks are considered candidates for further quantitative analysis. You then quantitatively assessed one of your three risks using the Indicators and Warning (I&W) analysis technique (Chapter 16 in the textbook) preparing a summary of how you quantitatively assessed the risk using the I&W analysis technique, summarizing what steps you took to determine quantitatively, the potential impact and probability of the risk. Then you again updated the RT&RP with the summarized high-level results of the quantitative assessment. You then established the necessary risk response strategies to mitigate the impact of your chosen risks. Key Risk Indicators (KRI’s) were created to ensure that management remains aware of potential risks. Your risk response strategy provided a short description of the three risks and the associated KRI that you used for each risk. For each KRI you explained the basis for its development, referencing the phases of CRISP-DM to ensure that you fully understood the specific risk along with the data sources and models used in monitoring and reacting to the risks. You also provided thresholds that would represent trigger points for each risk and a risk response strategy that management would invoke if the risk threshold was breached.
Please feel free to refer to examples from the textbook; Business and Competitive Analysis (Fleisher & Bensoussan, 2015) or any other reference material you choose. Please remember citations and references for your sources.
Format:
Background
Identification of Risks
Qualitative Risk Assessment
Quantitative Risk Assessment
Risk Response Strategy
Key Risk Indicators (KRI’s) and their trigger points for action
Conclusion
Annex 1: Complete Risk Treatment and Response Plan

Assignment Instructions: You began with developing a SWOT analysis that identifi

Assignment Instructions:
You began with developing a SWOT analysis that identified certain threats to be considered with the acquisition of a product or service that further differentiated the company’s presence in the marketplace and placed it in a competitive environment that it had not yet experienced. You then selected three fictitious competitive risks that you believed would be of concern in the acquisition of the new product and described each risk, establishing what the threat or risk was and its cause. You then explained where you would look for the data to perform the analytics-based assessment of the risk, providing your early views on the risk impact and the likelihood that it could occur. You then described how you would interact with your team and senior managers to complete the risk assessment. This was followed by your recording of the risks in the provided Risk Treatment and Response Plan (RT&RP) template. Thereafter, you had updated and submitted the Risk Treatment and Response Plan each week with information that you gathered throughout the term.
You then qualitatively assessed the three risks you identified to determine if they could potentially require further quantitative analysis. You provided a summary of how you qualitatively assessed these risks using Scenario Analytics (Chapter 22) and Industry Fusion Analytics (Chapter 17) describing how you used these analytics-based methods and techniques for risk identification, assessment, and mitigation. You then concluded, by risk, if there was a need for further quantifiable analysis in which you identified one risk that was eligible for further analysis using quantitative analytics techniques including predictive modeling and updated the RT&RP with an explanation as to why one or more of these risks are considered candidates for further quantitative analysis. You then quantitatively assessed one of your three risks using the Indicators and Warning (I&W) analysis technique (Chapter 16 in the textbook) preparing a summary of how you quantitatively assessed the risk using the I&W analysis technique, summarizing what steps you took to determine quantitatively, the potential impact and probability of the risk. Then you again updated the RT&RP with the summarized high-level results of the quantitative assessment. You then established the necessary risk response strategies to mitigate the impact of your chosen risks. Key Risk Indicators (KRI’s) were created to ensure that management remains aware of potential risks. Your risk response strategy provided a short description of the three risks and the associated KRI that you used for each risk. For each KRI you explained the basis for its development, referencing the phases of CRISP-DM to ensure that you fully understood the specific risk along with the data sources and models used in monitoring and reacting to the risks. You also provided thresholds that would represent trigger points for each risk and a risk response strategy that management would invoke if the risk threshold was breached.
Please feel free to refer to examples from the textbook; Business and Competitive Analysis (Fleisher & Bensoussan, 2015) or any other reference material you choose. Please remember citations and references for your sources.
Format:
Background
Identification of Risks
Qualitative Risk Assessment
Quantitative Risk Assessment
Risk Response Strategy
Key Risk Indicators (KRI’s) and their trigger points for action
Conclusion
Annex 1: Complete Risk Treatment and Response Plan

Select a current topic related to the course (fundamentals of insurance planning

Select a current topic related to the course (fundamentals of insurance planning) that pertains to any aspect of risk management or insurance. Identify an issue or risk exposure that is relevant or you expect to become an issue in the future. Conduct research and write a two to five page paper explaining the issue, the potential impact, the benefit of having used risk management or the benefit of implementing it going forward (example: what type of policy would be helpful if using risk transfer; please include at least one non insurance risk management technique), and suggest a strategy for addressing this issue. Quantify the loss exposure whenever possible as well as any environmental or other externalities. This paper is open to any and all risk exposure topics as addressed in the course. (COBRA, disability insurance, Medical ins coverage and premiums, medicare and social security, homeowners insurance, annuities, life insurance, auto insurance ect.)

Select a current topic related to the course (fundamentals of insurance planning

Select a current topic related to the course (fundamentals of insurance planning) that pertains to any aspect of risk management or insurance. Identify an issue or risk exposure that is relevant or you expect to become an issue in the future. Conduct research and write a two to five page paper explaining the issue, the potential impact, the benefit of having used risk management or the benefit of implementing it going forward (example: what type of policy would be helpful if using risk transfer; please include at least one non insurance risk management technique), and suggest a strategy for addressing this issue. Quantify the loss exposure whenever possible as well as any environmental or other externalities. This paper is open to any and all risk exposure topics as addressed in the course. (COBRA, disability insurance, Medical ins coverage and premiums, medicare and social security, homeowners insurance, annuities, life insurance, auto insurance ect.)

Select a current topic related to the course (fundamentals of insurance planning

Select a current topic related to the course (fundamentals of insurance planning) that pertains to any aspect of risk management or insurance. Identify an issue or risk exposure that is relevant or you expect to become an issue in the future. Conduct research and write a two to five page paper explaining the issue, the potential impact, the benefit of having used risk management or the benefit of implementing it going forward (example: what type of policy would be helpful if using risk transfer; please include at least one non insurance risk management technique), and suggest a strategy for addressing this issue. Quantify the loss exposure whenever possible as well as any environmental or other externalities. This paper is open to any and all risk exposure topics as addressed in the course. (COBRA, disability insurance, Medical ins coverage and premiums, medicare and social security, homeowners insurance, annuities, life insurance, auto insurance ect.)