A personal evaluation of the learner’s personal risk tolerance and the risk policy of their organization. A study of the creation and practice of a risk policy for an operation through identifying risk and opportunity. A focus on development of strategies to make decisions based on personal and corporate risk tolerances. Topics will also include job satisfaction, job improvement and entrepreneurial skills, analysis of the current state of an operation, personal and corporate risk tolerance and interpretation of data.
Not available for supplemental. Instruction ().
Risk Tolerance and Risk Policy is broken down into four Modules which are:
Module 1: Risk Tolerance
Module 2: Risk Exposure
Module 3: Quantifying Risk
Module 4: Risk Policy
Courses are delivered in a modular format with two or four modules to each course. Each module in a course is one month in length. Students start a module at the beginning of a month and should complete it by the end of the month.
With the exception of capstone courses AGBR-1190 (Market Equity) and AGBR-1191 (Successful Planning in Agribusiness), which are not offered in modular format, students can complete any module of any course in any order.
- Adler, R. B., Rolls, J. A., & Proctor II, R. F. (2015). LOOK: Looking out, looking in (2nd Canadian ed.). Toronto, ON: Nelson Education.