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About Intelligent Risk Management Approach (En) E-mail
Literature has shown that risk management as any other field, is governed by a set of principles. For details, we suggest to analyze the opinions and models developed by the Software Engineering Institute , Sullivan or PricewaterhouseCoopers .

In our opinion, the new economy requires a complement to these views. Projects are becoming more complex, which entails an increase in the complexity of the risk management process. In these circumstances, involving information and communication technologies in the risk management process should not be ignored.

As surprised by Crouhy , the technology allows information from the risk management process to be integrated into the overall process of reporting to management and the internet and intranet are the means of transport decisions of risk analysis results.

In parallel with this, we remind about the risk identification process and the importance of analysis techniques, experience of project team members (eg historical data or knowledge gained by them from other projects) or external factors (eg market information).

Based on these considerations, we want to emphasize the importance of implementing an event log. But our proposal would go beyond the current risk register, arguing the importance of establishing a data warehouse.
By data we mean here any internal or external event that at one time influenced in a lesser or greater extent a project, process, activity or decision. Note that it is necessary to take account of any event and whether the outcome was positive or negative. Continuing our idea, we consider that these data will be used by an analyst in making a decision.


The main conclusion from the discussion above is the importance of implementing a Business Intelligence system designed to assist the risk management process. We believe that such systems that collect all the company's life experience is so important for risk management that a company should decide to implement business intelligence system since its earliest days, as a rule of good business practice.

Some information that would be deposited in the data warehouse are:
- Details of transactions (cash flow, exchange rate history etc.);
- Information from the external environment (monitoring share prices at stock market, the effects of its fluctuations, analysis of competition, STEEP - Social, Tehnologic, Economic, Environment, Politic factors etc.);
- Information from the internal environment (data about employees, other knowledge areas of the project - See PMBOK from PMI for details, record the organization assets etc.);
- Information from the extensive internal environment (includes information about customers, suppliers and business partners of the organization);
- Information about past projects (the risk that the company was exposed to, identified vulnerabilities, applied risk assessment models, decisions on risk management plans, etc.).

In the situation of the existence of such a system within an organization, a person responsible for risk management is in touch with the latest information about internal and external environment in which the organization operates and also has access to the organization's activity history, including history and Risk management plans drawn up at other risk analysis.

In our opinion, this practice of implementing a business intelligence system since the earliest days of a company’ life that would assimilate information and after that to deliver these to be used in the process of reducing the risks to which the organization is exposed may be considered a new rule of good business practice.
Therefore, let us consider this practice a new principle in risk management, named the intelligent risk management.

Articol inspirat şi din Inteligenta in Business Intelligence
Sursa: INTELLIGENT RISK MANAGEMENT - A NEW PRINCIPLE IN RISK MANAGEMENT BASED ON USING BI IN RM Valentin Petru MĂZĂREANU




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