Welcome to the 2017-2018 season of NY SPIN, New York’s Software and Systems Process Improvement Network.
Lean Risk Sigma - The Triple Complaints
Presenter: Bob Mahler Date: Tue., April 24, 2018
5:30 pm Networking
6 pm Announcements* & Featured Program
7:30 pm Raffle, meet Speaker, more networking
Location: Wells Fargo Advisors, 150 E 42 St
*This includes a brief financial presentation by Ronan Cox.
Lean Risk Sigma: The Triple Complaints examines the relationship between process waste, quality and risk. There are countless tools and methodologies used in any given project specific to these areas and many times they are approached separately. This presentation will provide insight into the overlapping areas so you can maximize planning time between “The Triple Complaints.” There is no reason to treat them as individual issues when they are actually intertwined.
This presentation is equally applicable to project managers, quality professionals, and IT personnel alike. Many projects impact multiple verticals within an organizational, and this presentation will highlight how looking beyond your own business unit can be beneficial.
Bob Mahler, PMP served in the U.S. Army in the Mechanized Infantry and later as a Green Beret. He has excelled in the telecommunications industry and a Federal consultant. He is the current Director of Business Development for Velociteach, a Kennesaw, GA based private firm that is a Registered Educational Provider with PMI. Bob currently lives in MurfreesboroTN. Bob has served in multiple PMIWDC Board positions. As a communications expert on a Special Forces A-Team, Bob planned his training and combat operations using sound risk methodology for possible risk events and responses for them.
Communications is the life link for any team and robust responses are critical. While with Sprint Nextel he was responsible for supporting multiple Federal, State and local agencies in response to Hurricane’sKatrina, Rita, Wilma, Ivan and Gustave. He also supported responses to the Virginia Tech Shooting, Greensburg, Kansas Tornado, multiple California wildfires and a range of training scenarios. Bob worked with the TSAas a Risk Planner for multiple technical, terrorist and environmental risk plans that supported theHomeland Security response scenarios for the White House. He was also a committee member for theNational Risk Assessment for the Telecommunication’s Sector in support of Homeland Security.
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Directions ... Wells Fargo Advisors
150 E 42nd Street
(Between Lexington Ave and Third Ave - Near Grand Central Station)
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