This book provides an in-depth introduction to knowledge risk management (KRM) as well as methods, tools and cases to address kno...
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This book provides an in-depth introduction to knowledge risk management (KRM) as well as methods, tools and cases to address knowledge risk management issues in both the public and private sector. It focuses on the integration of knowledge risks into the holistic risk management of organizations. In addition, this book is accompanied by an external website that includes additional checklists, videos and company cases. The combination of a sound theoretical framework along with practical instruments, tools and ancillary materials makes this book a unique, interactive book for professionals, managers, and executives as well as students, academics and policy makers. Autorentext Susanne Durst is Full Professor of Management at the Department of Business Administration at Tallinn University of Technology (Estonia). Her research interests include small business management, SME succession/transfers, knowledge (risk) management, and corporate governance. She has been conducting several national and international research projects. Her work has been awarded different awards and has been published in international peer-reviewed journals. Before joining academia, she worked with private enterprises.
Thomas Henschel is a Professor at HTW Business School, Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Berlin. His previous research has focused mainly on corporate governance and risk management. He has published his works in journals such as International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, and Interdisciplinary Journal of Economics and Business Law, among others.
Inhalt Chapter 1. Introduction to the book, its aim, and content.- Chapter 2. Knowledge Risk Management State of Research.- Chapter 3. Knowledge risk management in companies offering knowledge-intensive business services.- Chapter 4. Toyota Kata Approach a way to mitigate knowledge risks in start-ups.- Chapter 5. Knowledge Risk Management in Two-Tier HRM Structures.- Chapter 6. Practical aspects of knowledge risk management in corporate finance for family firms.- Chapter 7. Knowledge Risk Management for State-Owned Enterprises-Indian Scenario.- Chapter 8. Knowledge communication and communication risks in healthcare Professional amateur patients with thyroid disease show the way.- Chapter 9. Blockchain: A New Disruptive Innovation for Knowledge Risk Management.- Chapter 10. An integrated research methodology to identify and assess knowledge risk in a corporation with an application to a financial institution.- Chapter 11. Knowledge Risk Management In German Leasing Companies.- Chapter 12. Port Knowledge Risk Management.- Chapter 13. Knowledge Risk Management During Implementation of Open Innovation.- Chapter 14. Handling knowledge risk management supported by ISO standards.- Chapter 15. Conclusions & Outlook.