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Foundations of Quality Risk Management (eBook)

Foundations of Quality Risk Management (eBook)

A Practical Approach to Effective Risk-Based Thinking

Jayet Moon

PDF, 384 pages, Published 2020
Dimensions: 7 x 10 inches
ISBN: 9781951058333
Item Number: E1578

Member Price: $35.00

List Price: $50.00


  • risk management
  • tools
  • benefit-risk analysis


In today’s uncertain times, risk has become the biggest part of management. Risk management is central to the science of prediction and decision-making; holistic and scientific risk management creates resilient organizations, which survive and thrive by being adaptable. This book is the perfect guide for anyone interested in understanding and excelling at risk management. 

It begins with a focus on the foundational elements of risk management, with a thorough explanation of the basic concepts, many illustrated by real-life examples. Next, the book focuses on equipping the reader with a working knowledge of the subject from an organizational process and systems perspective. Every concept in almost every chapter is calibrated to not only ISO 9001 and ISO 31000, but several other international standards. 

In addition, this book presents several tools and methods for discussion. Ranging from industry standard to cutting edge, each receives a thorough analysis and description of its role in the risk management process. Finally, you’ll find a detailed and practical discussion of contemporary topics in risk management, such as supply chain risk management, risk-based auditing, risk in 4.0 (digital transformation), benefit-risk analyses, risk-based design thinking, and pandemic/epidemic risk management.

Jayet Moon is a Senior ASQ member and holds ASQ CQE, CSQP, and CQIA certifications. He is also a chartered quality professional in the U.K. (CQP-MCQI). He earned a master’s degree in biomedical engineering from Drexel University in Philadelphia and is a Project Management Institute (PMI) Certified Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP). He is a doctoral candidate in Systems and Engineering Management at Texas Tech University