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To personalize or not

Weinan Zhang, Jun Wang, Bowei Chen, Xiaoxue Zhao
2013 Proceedings of the 7th ACM conference on Recommender systems - RecSys '13  
From a risk management and portfolio retrieval perspective, there is no difference between the popularity-based and the personalized ranking as both of the recommendation outputs can be represented as  ...  Besides the theoretical understanding, our experimental results show that the resulting switch algorithm, which decides whether or not to personalize, outperforms the mainstream recommendation algorithms  ...  Next we introduce the concepts and methods of risk management in item recommendation, and provide an analysis on whether to personalize or not in a risk management perspective.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2507157.2507167 dblp:conf/recsys/ZhangWCZ13 fatcat:be33yyzfqrfbffmv3oqdkech44

Risk management; a behavioural perspective

Jan Folkmann Wright
2016 Journal of Risk Research  
Human error in decision-making is however rarely quantified and thus not included in QRA. Knowledge from the experimental analysis of behaviour is absent in practical or operational risk management.  ...  When the risk is not quantified, safety looses out to other more easily quantified objectives of a company. The fatal decision error that led to the Challenger accident is used as an example.  ...  Before a possible behavioural approach to risk management is further described, some of the most common approaches to risk management are discussed.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13669877.2016.1235605 fatcat:dukmoys7xfgijg2dmelfmac7cq

Risk Management from a Technological Perspective

Vernon Leslie Grose,
1992 Geneva papers on risk and insurance. Issues and practice  
Among the contributions that System Safety made to managing risk were the widening of perspective to an all-inclusive holism and providing a systematic, proactive method for risk control.  ...  To eliminate or control RMRs by providing top management with a professional means for managing every type of risk.  ... 
doi:10.1057/gpp.1992.23 fatcat:uk4e7nraq5fkdof3m3jr2l66ra

Discretionary Risks Disclosure: A Management Perspective

Roshayani Arshad, Rina Fadhilah Ismail
2011 Asian Journal of Accounting and Governance  
Discretionary risks disclosure practices by managers provide useful information to investors and other users of accounting information in assessing the risk profile of a company.  ...  A managers' ability to disclose relevant risk information that reflects more accurately the companies' current and future financial performance will facilitate these users in making effective investment  ...  Empowerment risk the risk that managers and employees (1) are not properly led, (2) do not know what to do when they need to do it, (3) exceed the boundaries of their assigned authorities, or (4) are given  ... 
doi:10.17576/ajag-2011-2-6543 fatcat:bmet27saeneorj4fws25jmqrvi

To be or not to be… self-employed: impact of family background on women entrepreneurs

Caroline Ruiner
2019 Leadership, Education, Personality: An Interdisciplinary Journal  
The entrepreneurs interviewed have in principle similar institutionalized cultural capital, as all are academics and all have started a business in the fields of education, consulting, or media.  ...  This paper aims to reveal entrepreneurs' patterns of perceiving, thinking, and acting as a basis for entrepreneurial behavior and, thus, highlights the relevance of the entrepreneurs' embodied cultural  ...  the original author(s) and the source, provide a link to the Creative Commons license, and indicate if changes were made.  ... 
doi:10.1365/s42681-019-0002-x fatcat:hy6pp32iqncmlldlf4qqm4bk2e

RISK MANAGEMENT WITH MANAGEMENT CONTROL SYSTEMS: A PRAGMATIC CONSTRUCTIVIST PERSPECTIVE

Rainer Lueg, Magdalena Knapik
2016 Corporate Ownership and Control  
Using risk management as an example, we take a pragmatic-constructivist stance to explore how such a tool might be integrated in actor-based Management Control Systems.  ...  We propose a conceptual framework and a research agenda that accounts for actorship (L. Nørreklit, 2013) beyond numerical facts. This paper is conceptual and draws on secondary literature.  ...  Thus, it is important to define who the actors are, and which values motivate them (not) to act: "[I]f the world does not appeal to the values of a person, that person becomes passive." (L.  ... 
doi:10.22495/cocv13i3p6 fatcat:266xws3lsfhzrdhzs4pvnsnxc4

Risk Detection in Digital Information Management: A Records Management Perspective

Harry Bawono, The National Archives of the Republic of Indonesia
2020 Khizanah al-Hikmah  
This framework contains a records management perspective that has undergone a paradigmatic shift.  ...  The study used a qualitative method and found that from the perspective of records management, the risk detection framework in digital information management sheds light on aspects of context (external  ...  So it is not surprising that in the organizational context, leaders and staff have a different angle to define what is treated as a risk or no risk at all.  ... 
doi:10.24252/kah.v8cf3 fatcat:jzly7zjb6rcahlkkpx5jenjc74

Pension plan governance and risk management: A Canadian perspective

Caroline L Helbronner
2005 Pensions An International Journal  
pension fund that a person of ordinary prudence would exercise in dealing with the property of another person'.  ...  They can then deal with them before they result in financial cost to the plan sponsor and, possibly, its directors and senior management.  ...  From a legal perspective, good governance will reduce the risk to a plan administrator/sponsor of being subject to legal liability in connection with the maintenance of a pension plan. pension plan and  ... 
doi:10.1057/palgrave.pm.5940292 fatcat:cjlvybj5pvdc5d4elfhqr6hzom

Risk Management in IT Departments: a Process Perspective [chapter]

Neda Azizi, Griffith University, AU, Bruce Rowlands, Griffith University, AU
2018 Australasian Conference on Information Systems 2018  
This research reports on a field based research investigation into the processes of implementing Risk Management (RM) schemes in IT departments from a sensemaking perspective.  ...  This research also suggests a different approach to doing RM research -one that takes into account the interaction over time of learning, context, meaning, process, planning and action around the implementation  ...  & Rowlands 2018, Sydney, Australia Risk Management in IT Departments: a Process Perspective implementation learning process.  ... 
doi:10.5130/acis2018.ad fatcat:l3jw2y6c6jh7vmvgla7vceybgy

To Disclose or Not to Disclose: The Ironic Effects of the Disclosure of Personal Information About Ethnically Distinct Newcomers to a Team

Bret Crane, Melissa Thomas-Hunt, Selin Kesebir
2017 Journal of Business Ethics  
In an experiment using 37 undergraduate teams, we examine how sharing personal information by ethnically similar and ethnically distinct newcomers to a team affects team perceptions, performance, and behavior  ...  However, the positive impact on team performance comes at a cost to the newcomers, who are perceived as less competent by others and experience heightened social discomfort in team interactions.  ...  When sharing individual and unique perspectives, people give of themselves and assume a risk that others may reject them or their perspective.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10551-017-3714-0 fatcat:zaedzb6qlrgznhg3jbtnilg35e

To Sell or not to Sell - Antecedents of Individuals' Willingness-to-Sell Personal Information on Data-Selling Platforms

Nora Wessels, Jin Gerlach, Amina Wagner
2019 International Conference on Information Systems  
Today, Internet users mostly take a passive role in the market for personal information, as they provide companies their data in return for free services but not money.  ...  Contrary, data-selling platforms can serve as a natural context to investigate users' willingness-to-sell (i.e., valuation of) personal information.  ...  , or risk analysis of their customers (Spiekermann et al. 2015a) .  ... 
dblp:conf/icis/WesselsGW19 fatcat:xjn6cehkhfasdhxcu3hubr7xwm

Medical Device Risk Management from a Human Factors Perspective

Anthony Easty
2018 Global Clinical Engineering Journal  
This approach in many ways represents a natural evolution for departments that are looking to enhance their usefulness and relevance to healthcare.  ...  Several examples are given of points at which the introduction of human factors methods can reveal issues related to the safe use of medical devices that are not easily accessible by other means.  ...  INTRODUCTION For clinical engineering teams, managing risks associated with medical devices is at the core of their work.  ... 
doi:10.31354/globalce.v1i1.38 fatcat:qsp5wo5yefgqnmz3sroqtafkwa

Introductory Chapter: A Systems Framework for Risk Assessment [chapter]

Ali Hessami
2019 Perspectives on Risk, Assessment and Management Paradigms  
This likewise is a causative factor for a reward and is a condition, state or act with a potential to lead to some gain/benefit that may entail personal, societal, technological, business or environmental  ...  While necessary, understanding and management of risks is not singly sufficient to provide a complete basis for rational and realistic decision-making.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.85429 fatcat:4a5agtcdcfbupfr4v4p2hqvtva

The road not taken or how I learned to love the liver: A personal perspective on hepatitis history

Harvey J. Alter
2013 Hepatology  
transfusion-transmitted agents that are not germane to this Master's Perspective.  ...  This is about the same risk as being hit by lightning; personally, I would rather be transfused.  ... 
doi:10.1002/hep.26787 pmid:24123147 fatcat:a2ubm2fpqbdurepvdwdawf3p7a

OPEN THEISM AND RISK MANAGEMENT: A PHILOSOPHICAL AND BIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE

R. T. Mullins, Emanuela Sani
2021 Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science  
In this article, we will take a philosophical and biological perspective on risk management that adds plausibility to open theism.  ...  We claim that open theists need to start developing theories about how God manages risks in order to bring about His purposes for the universe.  ...  Another potential risk-management system is a theophany. A theophany is when God temporarily takes on human form in order to communicate with human persons directly.  ... 
doi:10.1111/zygo.12723 fatcat:wfofna243veuxayxti447ioyjm
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