This is the U.S. Adoption of the ISO 31000:2009 standard, which provides principles and generic guidelines on risk management. Public, private, or community organizations or individuals in any industry or sector can use this standard, applying it to any type of risk.
Lance Coleman, senior quality engineer at The Tech Group, was approached with figuring how his the company's lean program would work within ISO 9001:2015. In this ASQ TV episode Coleman discusses how this brought him to what he calls lean risk management.
ISO: Risk Based Thinking is the first book to address risk management in the new ISO families of standards. Learn what risk based thinking really means and understand how to adopt risk based thinking.
This members-only best practices report describes effective enterprise risk management program leadership and focuses on transforming an organization’s approach from a compliance-driven mind-set to one that supports strategy execution. Case studies from Rockwell Collins Inc., LEGO Group, Exxaro Resources Ltd., and Paychex Inc. are included.
The cover story of the August 2010 issue of QPs details how a structured risk management strategy allows you to manage threats and validate your ISO standards programs.
This case study from Six Sigma Forum Magazine shows how Motorola used design failure mode effects analysis to assess risk before implementing an IT application and headed off costly setbacks.
Using examples from aerospace and pharmaceuticals, Rick Perlman and Daniella Picciotti show how highly regulated industries approach supplier risk management. View their Webinar in the online library of the Customer-Supplier Division.