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by Frank Camm,Lauren Caston,Alexander C. Hou,Forrest E. Morgan,Alan J. Vick

  • ISBN: 0833046306
  • Category: Other
  • Author: Frank Camm,Lauren Caston,Alexander C. Hou,Forrest E. Morgan,Alan J. Vick
  • Subcategory: Humanities
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: RAND Corporation (May 16, 2009)
  • Pages: 256 pages
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Presents a riskmanagement process would help senior Air Force leaders to (1) focus planning on the most salient threats, (2) gain greater clarity on the risks. Select Format: Paperback.

Presents a riskmanagement process would help senior Air Force leaders to (1) focus planning on the most salient threats, (2) gain greater clarity on the risks. Select Condition: Like New.

Presents a framework for force planning that would help guide Air Force leaders as they make the difficult . Camm, Frank, Lauren Caston, Alexander C. Hou, Forrest E. Morgan, and Alan J. Vick, Managing Risk in USAF Force Planning, Santa Monica, Calif.

Presents a framework for force planning that would help guide Air Force leaders as they make the difficult decisions necessary to manage risk across multiple possible missions and between current and future priorities. RAND Corporation, MG-827-AF, 2009.

Frank Camm, Lauren Caston, Alexander C. Morgan, and Alan Vick, Managing Risk in USAF Force Planning (Santa Monica, CA: The RAND Corporation, 2009), . oogle Scholar. 5. See, for example, Douglas W. Hubbard, The Failure of Risk Management: Why It’s Broken and How to Fix It (Hoboken, NJ: Wiley, 2009), 117–143.

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Managing Risk in USAF Force Planning. This monograph seeks to provide the Air Force with a framework to structure their deliberations, connect them to supporting staff and expert inputs, and communicate their decisions to a broader audience. It describes a risk-management process that would help senior Air Force leaders to (1) focus planning on the most salient threats, (2) gain greater clarity on the risks associated with alternative courses of action across multiple futures, (3) maintain a sense of the persistent uncertainties associated with any policy choice, and (4) effectively communicate their judgments about risk to key audiences.

Presents a risk-management process would help senior Air Force leaders to (1) focus planning on the most salient threats, (2) gain greater clarity on the risks associated with alternative courses of action across multiple futures, (3) maintain a sense of the persistent uncertainties associated with any policy choice, and (4) effectively communicate their judgments about risk to key audiences. org to approved e-mail addresses. by Forrest E. Morgan. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9780833046307 (978-0-8330-4630-7) Softcover, Rand Publishing, 2009. Find signed collectible books: 'Managing Risk in USAF Force Planning'.

Presents a risk-management process would help senior Air Force leaders to (1) focus planning on the most salient threats, (2) gain greater clarity on the risks associated with alternative courses of action across multiple futures, (3) maintain a sense of the persistent uncertainties associated with any policy choice, and (4) effectively communicate their judgments about risk to key audiences.

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