Running a Risk: A Process for Seeing Decisions' Potential Risks and Adverse Effects
Article from Quality Progress, a Publication of ASQ (American Society for Quality)
Achieving mission success has become more complex for organizations and agencies in nearly every industry and sector. Managers face challenges such as meeting their goals on time and on budget, distributing funding efficiently and equitably, and developing programs or projects in ways that protect physical and social environments.
In the May 2016 issue of Quality Progress, the flagship publication of ASQ (American Society for Quality), James J. Rooney, ABS Group Director of Training Services for Safety, Risk and Compliance, explains why organizations should look to the risk-based decision making process to optimize program, project prioritization and resource allocation practices.
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