BUS 519 Boss I Think Someone Stole Our Customer Data

BUS 519 Boss I Think Someone Stole Our Customer Data


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BUS 519 Boss I Think Someone Stole Our Customer Data

Boss, I Think Someone Stole Our Customer Data- Assignment # 5

Strayer University

Project Risk Management (BUS 519)

the four (4) commentaries that follow the case, select the one (1) that you believe to be the best solution to reporting the plan to address the problem and state why.

Of the four commentaries, the one that I believe to be the best solution to address the issues faced by Flayton Electronics is that of James E. Lee. I particularly liked his recommendations because it addressed all the key areas that are necessary in a risk response plan. Lee's recommendations are typical of contingency planning; according to Heldman (2005), contingency planning is a form of acceptance because if the risk occurs, you are willing to...

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