An Integrated Approach to Value and Risk Management (English)

In: Value and Risk Management : A Guide to Best Practice   ;  52-87  ;  2008

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This chapter contains sections titled:

Why integratew

The integrated process

Timing

Project stages and study types

Understanding the client's business

Programmes of projects

Project launchstudies

Summary of value and risk study types

Critical success factors

A framework for introducing value and risk management into an organisation

Embedding value and risk management in an organisation

Drawing on experience

Selecting the appropriate level of activity

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Key Features and Benefits
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Principles of Value Management
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Principles of Risk Management
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An Integrated Approach to Value and Risk Management
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People
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Concepts, Standards and Qualifications
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Learning from Others
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Study Types
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Techniques for Value and Risk
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Value Management Techniques
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Risk Management Techniques
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Toolbox — Checklists, Forms and Tables
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Appendix A: Bibliography
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Appendix B: Glossary
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Index
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Frontmatter
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