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Using Value-at-Risk for IS/IT Project and Portfolio Appraisal and Risk Management
Company: Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration
Year Of Publication: 2006
Month Of Publication: March
Pages: 6
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Language: EN
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Date: 3-18-2007
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This paper makes the case for adopting a risk measure from the finance sector for IS/IT project and portfolio evaluation. The proposed value-at-risk approach constitutes a well-tested approach in high-risk environments, especially banking, and reports the expected maximum loss (or worst loss) over a target horizon within a given confidence interval. Value-at-risk is computed using either an analytical, parametric approach, or resorting to simulation, either based on historical samples or Monte Carlo methods. The main advantages of using value-at-risk measures are that they are methodologically consistent with modern IS/IT evaluation approaches like real options, that they offer possibilities for management and assessment of IS/IT project portfolios, and that the results are easy to interpret.
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Koch, Paul D. Sign in to follow this author
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