Effective risk management is complex, as it affects a company at all organizational levels – as does controlling, with which it is closely intertwined. In this article, we explore the question of what an „ideal” risk management for technology companies may look like from the perspective of value creation. This includes both risks in terms of an overarching technology management, as well as risks for single development projects (including large engineering projects). The core questions are: What does value creation mean for risk management? And: Is an ideal risk management for company 1 the same ideal risk management for company 2?
|Translated title of the contribution||Value Adding Risk Management in Technology Companies|
|Publication status||Published - 2019|