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Organizational Encounters with Risk

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Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Budgeting & financial management,
  • Sociology,
  • Risk assessment,
  • Social Science,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Sociology - General,
  • Organizational Behavior,
  • Business & Economics / Organizational Behavior,
  • Risk management

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsBridget Hutter (Editor), Michael Power (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages282
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7748400M
    ISBN 100521609283
    ISBN 109780521609289

    Organizational Risk — the business, treasury, and pure risks of an organization (i.e., all exposures, hazards, and perils, whether traditionally the subject of insurance or not), which collectively create uncertainty as to the financial outcome of an enterprise. : Managing Risk in Communication Encounters: Strategies for the Workplace () by Waldron, Vincent R.; Kassing, Jeffrey (Jeff) W. and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices.

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Organizational encounters with risk range from errors and anomalies to outright disasters. This collection of essays addresses the varied ways in which modern organisations understand, process and deal with risk. Contributions by leading experts on risk management illustrate the complex organisational and social dimension of risk management 5/5(1).

Organizational responses are influenced by many factors, such as the representational capacity of information systems and concerns with legal liability. In this collection, leading experts on risk management from a variety of disciplines address these complex features of.

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1 Organizational encounters with risk: an introduction BRIDGET HUTTER AND MICHAEL POWER Organizing and risking C ONTEMPORARY discussions of risk routinely point to the paradox of science and technology.

On the one hand great advances have been made in health and welfare; on the other hand such advances also give rise to new problems and File Size: KB. Get this from a library. Organizational encounters with risk. [Bridget M Hutter; Michael Power, (Professor of Accounting);] -- Organizational encounters with risk range from errors and anomalies to outright disasters.

This collection of essays addresses the varied ways in. Book Reviews Organizational Encounters with Risk. Bridget Hutter and Michael Power, eds. New York: Cam bridge University Press, pp. $, cloth; $, paper. Despite rave pre-publication reviews from respected authors such as Karl Weick and James Short, this collection is only a modest success.

Some of the chapters are very good, but. ‘organizational encounters with risk’ are as much about how organ- izations – such as corporations and states – experience the nature and limits of their own capacity to organize as they. Organizational encounters with risk range from errors and anomalies to outright disasters.

This collection of essays addresses the varied ways in which modern organisations process and deal with risk. Contributions by leading experts on risk management raise critical questions about how risk can be understood and conceived by : Michael Power Edited by Bridget Hutter.

Vincent R. Waldron is Professor of Communication Studies at Arizona State University, where he teaches courses on communication in work and personal sor Waldron received his Ph.D. from Ohio State University in Dr.

Waldron’s research explores how employees manage difficult workplace encounters, such as expressing intense emotion, exercising upward influence, and Cited by: Organizational encounters with risk. new edition available. Add to My Bookmarks Export citation. Type Book Author(s) Bridget Hutter, Michael Power Date Publisher Cambridge University Press Pub place London ISBN eBook.

Access the eBook. The contemporary workplace is fraught with risk. This book helps students understand the crucial role that communication plays in managing, even optimizing, the risky situations that nearly all of us encounter at work These are the situations where communication really matters because something important—identity, career, relationships, organizational productivity—is endangered if we fail.

‘Organizational encounters with risk range from errors and anomalies to outright disasters. This collection of essays addresses the varied ways in which modern organizations understand, process. Managing Risk in Communication Encounters: Strategies for the Workplace is intended for use as a supplemental text for undergraduate and graduate courses in organizational communication, business and professional communication, leadership communication, managerial communication, and.

This accessible book is a welcome contribution to understanding how organizations can overcome their lack of foresight.’ Walter W. Powell - Stanford University ' Organizational Myopia is an overwhelming success, likely to be of significant interest to researchers, practitioners, students, and experts by: This book focuses on the types of risky interactions that threaten identities, relationships, and sometimes careers, including voicing dissent, repairing broken relationships, managing privacy, responding to harassment, offering criticism, and communicating emotion.

Each chapter is grounded in real-life organizational scenarios, includes recent research, applies a standard theoretical. Organizational Encounters with Risk, edited by Bridget Hutter and Michael Power of the Center for Risk and Regulation at the London School of Economics and Political Science, offers fervent hope of gaining on this separation.

defining the book’s topic, “risk.” Since risk is everywhere (“it neversleeps,”. This book focuses on the types of risky interactions that threaten identities, relationships, and sometimes careers, including voicing dissent, repairing broken relationships, managing privacy, responding to harassment, offering criticism, and communicating emotion.

Each chapter is grounded in Price: $ Books shelved as organizational-management: Images of Organization by Gareth Morgan, The Culture Code: The Secrets of Highly Successful Groups by Daniel.

Organizational risk is a potential for losses due to uncertainty. It is a term for risk at the top level of an organization that includes material strategic, reputational, regulatory, legal, security and operational risks. Overview: Organizational Risk.

Material risks to an organization. Defective products and liability tory risks. The new organizational model introduced in this paper is based on another PB-RISK study, which is an ambitious attempt toward a paradigm shift in the project risk management field with detailed descriptions of corporate-specific risk management applications from a major telecommunication network supplier, a major pulp and paper industry.

Power, Michael and Hutter, Bridget, eds. () Organizational encounters with risk: an introduction. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, USA. ISBN Full .In addition, riskwork as an organizational process makes contested issues of identity and values readily visible. These 'back stage/back office' encounters with risk are revealed as being as much emotional as they are rationally calculative.In Chapter 1, An Orientation to Organizational Communication, we provide our readers with the basic background and conceptual framework for the book.

Specifically, we describe the historical development and current status of organizational communication as reflected in traditional, interpretive, and critical perspectives of the field.