Risk management! Speaker: Jon M. Quigley North Region Virtual Community Meeting (Cabarrus & Huntersville)
If you are a project manager, and you want to be successful, you must understand and effectively implement risk management processes. This understanding begins with topics like variation, and statistics (don’t worry, this will not be a math class). We will also need to uncover what can go wrong and followed close by how bad could it go wrong. This discovery will require more than just the project manager and more than just a single event. The project manager must create an environment where a diligent approach to risk will require setting an environment where our team members freely contribute to the process throughout.
Bio: Jon M. Quigley PMP (204278) CTFL is a principal and founding member of Value Transformation, a product development (from idea to product retirement) and cost improvement organization established in 2009. Jon has an Engineering Degree from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, and two master’s Degrees from the City University of Seattle as well as two globally recognized certifications. Jon has more than thirty years of product development and manufacturing experience, ranging from embedded hardware and software through verification and project management. Jon has authored or contributed to more than 15 books on a range of product development and project management topics. In addition to more than 50 different magazines, e-zines, and other outlets, Jon writes three recurring columns: PMTips Quigley and Lauck’s Expert Column; Assembly Magazine, P’s and Q’s on project management and quality, and Automotive Industries, Quigley’s Corner on automotive product development Jon has membership in SAE, AIAG, and PMI. Jon has given numerous presentations at technical conferences on a variety of domains of product development including testing, agile, and project management.