Re-Inventing Risk Management

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Event Date
Start At : Monday, August 16, 2010 - 11:30am
End At : Monday, August 16, 2010 - 1:00pm

Re-Inventing Risk Management


Dev Raheja

Registration and Cost

The M2D2 Event is free of charge and open to all interested PMs. Preregistration is not required.


Monday, August 16, 2010, 11:30am to 1:00pm


Department of Agriculture
12th and Independence Ave, S.W.
Cafeteria Conference Room
Washington, DC
(Driving Directions)

Metro Accessible via Smithsonian Station

Photo ID is required to enter the facility

About the Program

Re-Inventing Risk Management

We need to re-think risk management. Current paradigms encourage living in delusion with speculations on low probability of risk as an excuse for taking marginal actions instead of looking for elegant solutions that enhance long term profitability. This presentation uses evidence based practices in aerospace, nuclear, and aviation industry and shows how to apply them to any project management. It’s not the people; it is the system that needs to be managed-doing right things at the right time!

About the Speaker

Dev Raheja

Dev  Raheja, MS,CSP,  is an international risk management consultant with expertise in management of new product and new projects, with a  specialized focus efficiency and speed of solutions to  the aviation, medical and healthcare industries.

He is a trainer, author, and shows clients how to earn high return on investment in all the projects through creativity and innovation. Being a true international consultant, he has conducted training in several countries including Sweden, Australia, Japan, Germany, UK, Singapore, Taiwan, South Africa, and Brazil. He has done consulting work with Johnson & Johnson, Siemens Medical Systems, General Electric, St. Francis Hospital, NASA, Apple computer, Intel, Warner-Lambert, Johns Hopkins Hospital, GM, Boeing, Nissan, IBM, Harley-Davidson, United Technologies, and the U.S. Government. He helped a major Midwest company from going out of business to becoming a world leader by offering a 15-year warranty, and saved a steel manufacturing company over 200 million dollars.

Currently he is an Adjunct Professor  at the Florida Tech for its Bachelor’s degree in healthcare management, is the former National Malcolm Baldridge Quality Award examiner, and frequently lectures at the Johns Hopkins Quality and Safety Research Group.


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