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This course covers everything you need for a viable Risk Management process in your organization. The concepts covered in this course are universally applicable to all types of organizations. This course is designed to rapidly equip you with the tools necessary to successfully manage risk. You'll learn how to:
Gain confidence as you learn how to easily manage the uncertainty all organizations face in completing objectives.
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|Section 1: Risk Management Introduction|
The Purpose of This CoursePreview
Important Terms To KnowPreview
Risk Management In AerospacePreview
Risk Management ApplicationsPreview
The Risk Management ProcessPreview
|Section 2: Risk Assessment Initiation|
Getting the Ball Rolling
Creating the Assessment Team
Examples of Risk Assessment
Moving Beyond Initiation
|Section 3: Risk Assessment Process|
Intro To Risk Assessment Process
Defining the Spectrum of Risks
Risk Assessment In Aerospace
Detailing the Next Steps
|Section 4: Sub-session A: Risk Identification|
What Is Risk Identification
Basic Risk Identification Formula
Nominal Group Technique
|Section 5: Sub-session B: Risk Analysis|
The Purpose of Risk Analysis
How To Rate Risk
Determining Risk Probability
The Risk Assessment Matrix
|Section 6: Sub-session C: Risk Control|
Reduce Risk Through Risk Control
Selecting The Best Risk Control Technique
Wrapping Up Risk Control
|Section 7: Risk Review & Approval|
Reviewing the Process
Risk Management Is A Continual Process
|Section 8: Free Supplementary Material|
Download Assessment Form, Analysis Report and Model Procedure
Eagle Force is a training, facilitating, and consulting firm with offices in Ohio, Texas, and California that helps organizations, large and small, develop management systems that make business sense as well as meet the requirements of a standard. Achieving certification comes secondary to developing a system that improves on quality and delivery while reducing costs. Systems that meet business needs will invariably meet the needs of a standard but the reverse is not always true.
With roots going back to Deming and Juran, Bill Houser, Eagle Force's president, developed an integrated productivity/quality management approach that was instrumental in the success of such notable and divergent organizations as Ford Motor Company, Dupont, Rubbermaid, T-Fal, Corpus Christi Army Depot, Case International Harvester, American National Can, Monroe Shock Absorbers, and Newport News Shipbuilding Yard, the only aircraft carrier manufacturer in the United States.