This book expands the scope of risk management beyond insurance and finance to include accounting risk, terrorism, and other issues that can threaten an organization. It approaches risk management from five perspectives: in addition to the core perspective of financial risk management, it addresses perspectives of accounting, supply chains, information systems, and disaster management. It also covers balanced scorecards, multiple criteria analysis, simulation, data envelopment analysis, and financial risk measures that help assess risk, thereby enabling a well-informed managerial decision making. The book concludes by looking at four case studies, which cover a wide range of topics. These include such practical issues as the development and implementation of a sound risk management structure; supply chain risk and enterprise resource planning systems in information systems, and disaster management. Contents: Perspectives: Enterprise Risk Management; The Financial Perspective; The Accounting Perspective; Supply Chain Risk Management; Information Systems Perspective; Disaster Planning; Tools: Balanced Scorecard; Multiple Criteria Analysis; Simulation and DEA Models of Risk; Credit Risk Analysis; Cases: Hydro One Financial Risk; Supply Chain Risk Cases; ERP Risk Cases; Training for Natural Disaster Recovery.