Management System Success is Management Success


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[1] Risk Management, Safety and Control of Loss - Protecting Your Organization

[2] Making Your Future - In Business and in Other Parts of Life 



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  • Improve your organization - risk management, safety management, quality management - using the 17-Step process directed at management system success.
  • Success in safety or in other matters is based on two main issues: (1) involve others speaking the same language, and (2) no how to set up the plan to involve others that need to be involved
  • Management success is the essence of my book "How to Build a Management System that Works" describing the process to build an effective management system.
  • The management philosophy behind improvement is aplication of a combination of top-down and bottom-up involvement as part of the 17-step process to building management system success.
  • Culture change is one of the major "side effects" when applying the17-step process of management system building and success including a combination of top down and involving bottom-up cooperation.
  • Problem solving is a major responsibility of management and operational personnel and should be an important issue in a management system directed at management success.
  • Risk management controlling unwanted events is essential to managemnet success to be obtained by a management system build via the 17-step process of improvement.
  • Risk identification is the first step to in the risk management process and the foundation of the process to eliminate, reduce and/or control unwanted events and associated loss.
  • Risk Classification is essential when evaluating (potential) problems and controlling unwanted events when building an effective management system.


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