1. Risk and Uncertainty in Projects 2. Risk and Opportunity 3. Risk and Opportunity Analysis 4. Perception of Risk 5. Risk Response, Crisis Management and Recovery 6. Developing and Implementing a Successful Risk and Opportunity Management System. References. Appendix A: Risk Management Maturity Level Checklist. Appendix B: A Checklist of Common Risks and Opportunities in Construction Projects
Martin Loosemore is Professor and Associate Dean Research at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, a Chartered Surveyor, Chartered Builder and Principal of a management consultancy LRC. Martin has published numerous books and articles in the areas of risk management, crisis management and human resource management. John Raftery is Professor, Dean of the School of the Built Environment and Pro-Vice Chancellor (External Affairs), Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, UK. He has published many articles and books in the areas of risk management and construction economics and recently co-edited The Construction Sector in the Asian Economies. Charlie Reilly is Deputy Managing Director, Multiplex Facilities Management Limited and a Chartered Professional Engineer. Dave Higgon is the Employee Relations Manager for Multiplex Constructions NSW. He has over 30 years experience in the building and construction industry including time spent as a subcontractor, trade union organiser and safety manager .
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