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Risky Business

Author : Linda W. Braun
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Looks at the challenges that young adult librarians face, covering such topics as collection development, activity programs, and information technology trends.

Risky Business

Author : Robert MacDonald
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First published in 1991. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Risky Business

Author : William Winston
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Risky Business tells in plain language the specific behaviors that indicate an employee has the potential to become violent, and it tells managers what to do--and what not to do--to prevent workplace violence. Author Lynne Falkin McClure describes in clear detail the eight major categories of behavioral clues to violence and includes anecdotes from work settings to help managers and others identify potentially violent employees. Most importantly, she emphasizes the precautions and steps managers must take when they see these “clues” in an employee’s behavior and how to create and maintain a work environment that is likely to protect everyone. Including the hiring--appraisal--training process, Risky Business focuses on system-wide, ongoing prevention steps organizations can take to protect everyone in the workplace. The book points out for readers informal organizational ‘policies’that unwittingly encourage potentially dangerous behaviors in employees and then offers alternative ‘policies’that create and maintain a safer environment. Managers, members of personnel, and public relations representatives learn how to deal effectively with the fears of workers and customers should a violent event occur that affects the company’s morale and image. However, readers are certain to gain the skills and foresight necessary to avert disaster before it strikes. Lynne Falkin McClure, PhD, is a management consultant, workshop designer/facilitator, and public speaker in Tempe, Arizona. President of McClure Associates Management Consultants, Inc., since 1980, she specializes in work relationships and conducts inhouse workshops for corporations and government agencies. Through The McClure Institute in Tempe, she offers intensive 5--day courses for executives, directors, and managers, as well as for EAP specialists and mental health professionals, on how to identify and prevent potential workplace violence. Dr. McClure has been a guest on several national shows, including appearances on “Maury Povich,” “Between the Lines” (Associated Press Broadcast News), “Good Day Atlanta,” “Market Talk” (KWHY-TV, America’s first all-financial station), and “Wireless Flash” (San Diego).

Risky Business

Author : Cary L. Cooper
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What are the financial and psychological costs of risky behavior in business to the individuals concerned and their organizations? Risky Business provides a perspective on addictive behaviors such as gambling, drug taking and even addiction to work; criminal behaviors such as theft and corruption; and behaviors such as aggression and violence. The authors then look at their implications to employee and organizational health within the context of the workplace environment; an environment that is often synonymous with psychological demands, stress, long hours, overwork and shortages of staff or other essential resources. An essential guide for occupational psychologists, human resource specialists, risk managers and for researchers in this field.

Risky Business

Author : Elizabeth Luessenhop
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An expose of the corruption and incompetence that undermined Lloyd's of London, the world's most famous insurance agency, reveals how mismanagement cost the company $12 billion dollars in ten years and led to worldwide ramifications. 25,000 first printing. Tour.

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Risky Business

Author : Robert Biersack
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Presents a study of how political action committees (PACs) participated in the 1992 congressional election--an election heavily influenced by redistricting, incumbent retirements, and voter hostility toward Congress. Eighteen scholars participated in the study by conducting research on one or more PACs, following the committees from the early stages of the election cycle through the final days of the campaign. For students, scholars, and political practitioners. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

RISKY BUSINESS

Author : Shigeru Tsuchiyama
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The battle of keeping the super popular ramen chain Tenshukaku unified rages on!! Hyodo continues to lead the chain with an iron fist, but the underlying game of success takes some unexpected turns. Sparks fly and ambitions collide when this ramen picaresque heads for it's shocking climax!

Risky Business in China

Author : J. Gordon
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Risk is a major reason that companies fail in, or fail to enter, China. Packed with case studies, this unique book demonstrates how correctly applied due diligence can not only reduce business risk in China, but also provide excellent business intelligence to support negotiations and business relationships.

Risky Business Sharing Health Data While Protecting Privacy

Author : Khaled El Emam
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Due to the digitization of medical records, more and more health data is readily available. This dynamic has created many opportunities to unlock this information and use it to improve medical practice, and through research and surveillance understand the effectiveness and side effects of drugs and medical devices to ultimately improve the public’s health. This data can also be used for commercial purposes such as sales and marketing. However, this newfound utility raises some profound questions about how this data ought to be used and how it will impact personal privacy. Unless we are able to address these privacy issues in a convincing and defensible way, there will be increased breaches of personal privacy. This will provoke regulators to impose new rules limiting the use and disclosure of health data for secondary purposes, patients increasingly to adopt privacy protective behaviours because they no longer trust how their health information is being managed, or healthcare providers to be reluctant to share their patients’ data. By adopting responsible data sharing practices, researchers, companies and the general public can gain the benefits and the promise of big data analytics without sacrificing personal privacy or infringing upon law or regulation. Risky Business – Sharing Health Data While Protecting Privacy illustrates how this goal can be achieved. Bringing articles from a diverse collection of health data experts to inform the reader on contemporary policy, legal and technical issues surrounding health information privacy and data sharing. It is a uniquely practical work to inform the reader on how best – and how not to – share health data in the US and Canada.