The book is now released and available on Amazon. This book uses all three software: Risk Simulator, Real Options Super Lattice Solver, and Employee Stock Options Valuation Toolkit. It shows how these different methodologies are used in concert with one another in a comprehensive and integrated risk analysis and risk management paradigm. This book is a completely updated version of the older Applied Risk Analysis text. The updates include NINE detailed new business cases and dozens of applied cases (U.S. Military strategy, Boeing's global systems of systems, biotech deal licensing, oil and gas exploration, manufacturing real estate, personal financial planning, employee stock options valuation under FAS123, and many more)!
"Every year the market of managerial books is flooded again and again. This book is different. It puts a valuable tool into the hands of corporate managers who are willing to stand up against uncertainties and risks and are determined to deliver value to shareholder and society, even in rough times. It is a book for the new generation of managers, for whom Corporate America is waiting."
"Dr. Mun breaks through the hyperbole and presents a clear step-by-step approach revealing to readers how quantitative methods and tools can truly make a difference. In short, he teaches you what's relevant and a ‘must know.’ I highly recommend this book, especially if you want to effectively incorporate the latest technologies into your decision making process for your real world business."
"A must read for product portfolio managers . . . it captures the risk exposure of strategic investments, and provides management with estimates of potential outcomes and options for risk mitigation."
"Johnathan Mun has previously published a number of very popular books dealing with different aspects of risk analysis-associated techniques and tools. This last publication puts all the pieces together. The book is really unavoidable for any professional who wants to address risk evaluation following a logical, concrete and conclusive approach."