Quiz: How Well Can You Score In The Risk Management Questions?
11 Questions |
By Crazy_frazy | Last updated: Feb 11, 2020
| Total Attempts: 261
How well can you score in the risk management questions? Businesses face different types of risks as they operate and one having a clear guideline on how to identify, analyze, and curb them so as to successfully operate in their environment and met their goals. Give the questions a try and get to see what new information you might get.
Questions and Answers
According to the studies carried out by Accenture which risk is most likely to increase in the next two years?
Reputation and Brand Risks
Do further research on the results of the Accenture survey and consider if companies are investing time and effort in the correct areas of risk management.
Write 250 words on your opinion.
What proportion of companies are at risk from social media attacks?
How much revenue is lost in total per year due to cyber-crime in USD?
Research failed software and IT projects further
–Detail in 250 words the risks that had not been properly identified and managed in one of the projects
Which of the following was a large issue during the Sydney Olympic games in 2000?
Boycotting due to political pressure
Corruption in organisation committee
By February 2011 what percentage complete were the buildings for the Olympics?
How much was the estimated revenue from the games to the British Economy?
The Women's Football team of which country had the wrong flag hung before their group match?
How much from every pound spent on the Olympics went to the legacy of the games?
Review the risks detailed about the London 2012 games, which of the risks posed the greatest threat to the success of the games?
–Detail in 250 words the risk and your reasons for choosing it
What we have here is some risk management practice questions. There are different threats that people face when it comes to their property, and if they occur, it can lead to someone suffering a loss. To guide you through this...
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Which of the following statements best describes risk?