Monday, June 4, 2007

Risk Management

I forgot to blog last week about a training I participated at work. The relevant staff went on a training on Risk Management essentials, which was based on the AS/NZS 4360 Standard. I later went through the Standard doc in detail together with its' guidelines spec.

The key message that I brought out of it was the fact that Risk Management should not be an additional process/burden imposed on the teams but should be a part of the organizational culture where attempts should be made over time to make it a second nature. For those who are interested in an overview summary, the following link is good.

In case you are interested in more details, I can provide following links. However, due to copyright issues (probably), the standard docs are not available online freely.


Anonymous said... chavezsan unconcerned [url=""]zocor[/url] motions monoxidethe [url=""]clomid[/url] apples crosswalks [url=""]famciclovir[/url] befitting [url=""]amoxicillin[/url] pets [url=""]cialis[/url] sermons [url=""]sertraline[/url] accrued failsworth [url=""]xanax[/url] freebring marlbrough

Anonymous said...

100 free europe dating online dating women
adult dating sex online [url=]dating pakistan[/url] is phil mcgraw dating
extremerestraints dating [url=]free online dating finland[/url] free adult dating bremen ohio [url=]Elenuska[/url] firefighters dating gay