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Risk Management Made Easy by Andy Osborne

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Risk Management Made Easy
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788776819842
Number of pages: 65

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Written in an informal, no-nonsense style, this book brings the concepts of effective risk management to a wider audience than that served by most books on the subject. It will benefit anyone looking to implement an effective risk management program -- in particular the busy business manager who realizes that risk management is important, but for whom it isn't a full-time occupation.

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