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Airport Enterprise Risk Management Model

Author : Ayse Kucuk Yilmaz
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Nowadays Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) becomes focus point in the successful airport and airline business across the world. In this book, the model suggestion is created of ERM about airport business as optimal framework to ERM implementation. Applicability assessment and current situation in the TAV Airports Holding at Turkey are reviewed about model suggestion with coordinated efforts. Enterprise risk optimization (ERO) is considered as building stone to establish ERM and its implementation. In this book, ERO model is deal with solving "how is optimal risk amount determine?" main question. Detailed ERO model is developed for solving of this problem in the book. In this concept, New Risk Score formula is created by author. The book is organized into VI chapters. Chapter I, Airport business fundamentals are changes are presented. Chapter 2 is detailed explanation of necessity of enterprise risk management to airport and airline business management. Chapter 3, is consist of researching to Enterprise Risk Management Perceptions and Approaches in Airports of Turkey. Chapter 4 is including to Applicability Analysis of ERM at Turkey Airport Business. Chapter 5 is present new airport enterprise risk management model with framework model, information flow system model, organization model for TAV Airport Holding. The Holding has best ERM substructure and capability in the Turkey. Chapter 6, are offer ERO Model and its application to the TAV Airport Holding. The book is addressed to professionals and managers in airport business management and airline management. It is also directed towards researchers in Air transportation and Risk Management.

Application of Enterprise Risk Management at Airports

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TRB's Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Report 74: Application of Enterprise Risk Management at Airports summarizes the principles and benefits of enterprise risk management (ERM) and its application to airports. The report discusses implementation of the iterative ERM process, including roles and responsibilities from airport governing boards to all staff members. The project that developed ACRP Report 74 also developed an electronic tool that can be used to support the ERM process by creating a risk score and a risk map that can be used to identify mitigation strategies. The tool is included in CD-ROM format with the print version of the report.

Risk Management and Corporate Sustainability in Aviation

Author : Triant G. Flouris
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Sustainability factors should be considered by managers like any other business risk issue; these factors are expected to have a substantial impact on corporate management. Air transport corporations need a strong sustainability management framework to effectively manage economic, environmental and social risks to achieve their corporate sustainability objectives, and to meet their stakeholders' demands. This book offers a new Enterprise Sustainability Risk Management (ESRM) model to fulfill these requirements. In the model presented, the triple bottom line (TBL) agenda is incorporated into the companies' sustainability management. ESRM deals with the environmental, social, and ecological risks as well as the strategic, economic, operational, and threat risks of companies. The best corporate sustainability strategies and management approaches require the consideration of all corporate risks in both a holistic and systematic way. Flouris and Kucuk Yilmaz present an effective way to manage sustainability risks via a new, well-designed, integrated, dynamic and flexible framework. It introduces an opportunity for turning risks into potential corporate advantages. Risk Management and Corporate Sustainability in Aviation is addressed to professionals, students and researchers within air transportation business management and risk management.

Decision Making in Management

Author : Kesra Nermend
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Making important business decisions is usually a difficult and complicated task. In the modern economy where businesses have to solve increasingly complex decision-making problems, it is important to learn and use methods and techniques including the analysis of behavioral data to support decision-making in practice. This book presents various methods and solutions to problems in modern data acquisition techniques and practical aspects of decision making. In particular, it addresses such important issues as: business decision making, multi-criteria decision analysis (MCDA), multidimensional comparative analysis (MCA), decision games and data acquisition techniques for decision making (declarative techniques and cognitive neuroscience techniques). Important topics such as consumers’ rational behavior, environmental management accounting, operational research methods, neuroscience including epigenetics, DEA analysis etc., as well as case studies related to decision making in management are also included.

The Best Enterprise Risk Management Practice for Airline and Airport Business

Author : Ayse Kucuk Yilmaz
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ONE SIZE DOES NOT FIT ALL! No single correct way to the best Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) implementation. ERM frameworks are created according to the organizational objectives, strategy, culture and characteristics. The aim of the book is explain to the best practices to ERM, and provide to basic requirements for best ERM. The book is presented a new approach to selecting of the best ERM operator in the airport business. Chapter I. ERM fundamentals and frameworks are presented. Different ERM frameworks are presented in Chapter II. Chapter III is detailed explanation to best practice of the ERM. General best practice criteria are presented. Chapter IV is consisting of researching to best samples of ERM implementations in the airline business. Chapter V is present new approach to selection of best operator about ERM practice at airport business. In this chapter, criteria are determined about best practice of ERM by author. Criteria are identified in four main categories: benefits, costs, opportunities and risks. The book aimed to guidance of the best ERM implementation in the airline and airport business. The book is addressed to professionals and managers.

Strategic Planning in the Airport Industry

Author : Ricondo & Associates
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TRB's Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Report 20: Strategic Planning in the Airport Industry explores practical guidance on the strategic planning process for airport board members, directors, department leaders, and other employees; aviation industry associations; a variety of airport stakeholders, consultants, and other airport planning professionals; and aviation regulatory agencies. A workbook of tools and sequential steps of the strategic planning process is provided with the report as on a CD. The CD is also available online for download as an ISO image or the workbook can be downloaded in pdf format.

Fundamentals of Enterprise Risk Management

Author : John Hampton
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Using examples from companies such as Home Depot, Airbus, Boeing, and Nokia, Fundamentals of Enterprise Risk Management takes a fresh look at one of the hottest topics in business today. Showing readers in charge of monitoring operational exposures in corporations, nonprofit organizations, and government agencies how they can best determine and balance opportunities against the possibilities of loss, this book provides clear strategies to help readers: • recognize both internal and external exposures • understand important concepts such as risk mapping and risk identification • recognize the weaknesses of current ERM systems • align risk opportunities with their organization’s business model • stay in line with Sarbanes-Oxley compliance The book introduces innovative new concepts such as hierarchical risk structures, alignment of risks with the business model, creation of a central risk function, and the role of an ERM knowledge warehouse. Featuring enlightening case studies and practical exercises, this essential book shows readers how they can implement ERM the right way at their organizations.

Public Sector Enterprise Risk Management

Author : Kenneth C. Fletcher
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Through a series of case studies and selected special topics, Public Sector Enterprise Risk Management presents examples from leading Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) programs on overcoming bureaucratic obstacles, developing a positive risk culture, and making ERM a valuable part of day-to-day management. Specifically designed to help government risk managers, with concepts and approaches to help them advance risk management beyond the basics, the book: Provides a balanced mix of concepts, instruction and examples; Addresses topics that go beyond the basics of Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) program design and implementation; Includes insights from leading practitioners and other senior officials. Many government organizations can refer to the growing body of materials that provide examples of ERM processes and procedures. Far fewer reference materials and examples exist to help organizations develop a risk-mature organizational culture that is critical to the long-term success and strategic value that ERM represents to government organizations. Public Sector Enterprise Risk Management begins to fill that void and is intended to help public sector risk managers overcome barriers that inhibit ERM from becoming an active contributor to major decisions that top officials must make.

Corporate Risk Management for International Business

Author : Ayse Kucuk Yilmaz
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This book presents research on how businesses can be empowered to manage their company’s risk exposure in international settings. It elaborates on approaches that advocate the minimizing of threats and sizing opportunities as the best strategy through which corporate objectives are maximized. With a focus on international business management, the book starts off with a review of literature and companies that are international in nature, before presenting several main chapters that highlight the different vital sides of both international business and risk management. Corporate Risk Management for International Business serves as a key source for managers and academic researchers in risk management and strategy to understand all related issues of managing risks and setting strategies in global way. The book also serves as a decision making guide for managers that are active in volatile and dynamic environments of international business.

Values Ergonomics and Risk Management in Aviation Business Strategy

Author : Ayse Kucuk Yilmaz
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This book discusses the successful integration of values, ergonomy and risk management to achieve corporate strategic goals. Companies are starting to focus on risk management and corporate sustainability, but also value-based approaches in order to stay competitive. Although constantly emerging techniques are making this task easier, managing ergonomic based risks remain a challenge. The book largely focuses on values, ergonomy and risk management in the context of aviation business strategy. Offering insights into the principles of successful aviation business management using a value-based approach, it is a valuable resource for academics and postgraduate students as well as professionals in the aviation industry.