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  • 10th Annual QAI and QAAM Conference

    Joseph Mayo has been selected to speak at the 10th Annual QAI & QAAM Regional Conference!

    The 10th Annual QAI & QAAM Regional Conference is an annual conference focused on quality assurance, project management, and risk management. 

  • 6th Annual QAAM Conference

    The 6th Annual QAI & QAAM Regional Conference is an annual conference focused on quality assurance, project management, and risk management.  The conference is jointly hosted by the Qality Assurance Institutue Global and the Quality Assurance Association of Maryland.  This year's theme is How to Manage and Control Your IT projects.  The conference will be at the Maritime Institute in Baltimore, MD; the Maritime Institute is located conveniently near the Baltimore / Washington International Airport.

    Mr. Mayo's presentation this year focuses on project estimating and measurement

  • 8th Annual QAAM Conference

    The theme for this year’s conference is “Managing Projects Effectively in a Cost Constrained Economy”. A key focuses for the conference are program management, testing and project oversight throughout the entire Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC). As we all know cost, schedule and quality are key drivers for any project, but assuring we built the right product is paramount to a successful project.

  • 9th Annual QAI & QAAM Conference

    Joseph Mayo has been selected to speak at the 9th Annual QAI & QAAM Regional Conference!

    The 9th Annual QAI & QAAM Regional Conference is an annual conference focused on quality assurance, project management, and risk management. 

  • Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control

    Joseph Mayo is Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control (CRISC) by the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA).

  • Chaos to Clarity - Book Review

    My review of "Chaos to Clarity"

    I enjoyed reading Mr. Mayo's discussion of risk both how to recognize and identify it as well as the process of managing it through the project life cycle. His treatment of the risk management process is both comprehensive and easy to understand.

    Too many organizations today pay lip service to the subject of managing risk and as a result their projects fail to support their intended mission, overrun costs and incur schedule delays. This is especially true in IT development projects that support  mission critical functions in both the private and public sectors.

  • Chaos to Clarity - Book Review

     

    My review of "Chaos to Clarity"

     

    I enjoyed reading Mr. Mayo's discussion of risk both how to recognize and identify it as well as the process of managing it through the project life cycle. His treatment of the risk management process is both comprehensive and easy to understand. Too many organizations today pay lip service to the subject of managing risk and as a result their projects fail to support their intended mission, overrun costs and incur schedule delays. This is especially true in IT development projects that support mission critical functions in both the private and public sectors.

     

    This book provides a refreshing, easy to understand, process that incorporates Mr. Mayo's knowledge of existing standards and guidelines and his years of practical experience to provide insight into which processes and best practices associated with the management of risk. I enjoyed reading not only his opinions and conclusions as to how to implement the various stages of managing risk, but also the rationale he used to select the right approach from the plethora of techniques outlined in the various standards.

     

    In particular, I felt that the third part articulating examples and case studies was most interesting to me because it provided real world examples of how to effectively implement the techniques and best practices identified in Part II.

     

    Once you start reading “Chaos to Clarity ", it will be hard to put down!

     

  • Chaos to Clarity ready for Publishing

    Chaos to Clarity is finished!  I just completed the manuscript and the cover is in the final design stage.  Please visit my Kickstarter project to learn more about Chaos to Clarity.

  • Coming soon - Chaos to Clarity

    Chaos to Clarity; The Tao of Risk Management will be hitting the streets in the Fall of 2014. Chaos to Clarity is a practical guide to risk management that brings clarity to the murky practice of risk management.  Tao is commonly thought of as a series of principles to live by which help frame and demystify risk management.

  • Disciplined Execution

    A disciplined process with emphasis on simplicity and flexibility yields a highly effective process that is dynamic and can quickly adapt to changing market conditions.  An effective risk management program includes both a strategic and a tactical component.  The strategic component of risk management begins with a set of risk management principles that includes management acknowledgement and support, recognition that risk management is an inexact science, and recognition that a disciplined approach yields significant value to the organization.  Another key principle is recognition that, even though risk management is an inexact science, the risk management process must be disciplined and systematic.  A disciplined and systematic risk management program facilitates continual improvement and creates true value for the organization.  A disciplined and systematic risk management approach also helps avoid overspending on risk management.  It doesn’t make sense to spend $100,000 to treat a risk with a $20,000 impact. A disciplined risk management approach will quickly identify cases where the cost to treat a risk exceeds the cost of the impact and can divert the remaining effort to higher priority risks.

  • Joe Mayo Selected to Present at RIMS 2015

    Joe Mayo was selected by the Risk Management Society (RIMS) to deliver a presentation at their Annual Conference and Exhibition. 

    Please join me in New Orleans April 26 - 29, 2015 for my presentation entitled Quantify Risk Tolerance to Guide Risk Policy.

  • Joseph Mayo Presenting at ISACA Ireland 2015

    Joseph Mayo's presentation "Is Protecting the Balance Sheet Enough?" explores how organizational culture affects Enterprise Risk Management (ERM). Check back for updates on ISACA Ireland 2015 and to learn more about ERM and organizational culture.
  • Joseph Mayo presenting at RIMS2016

    Joseph Mayo's presentation "Is Protecting the Balance Sheet Really Enough?" explores the affect organizational culture on an organization's ability to manage Enterprise risk. The presentation analyzes a series of high profile Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) failures including product recalls, data breaches, and environmental disasters. The presentation offers ways for ERM to address safety risks and reputation risks while still protecting the balance sheet.
  • Joseph Mayo Selected by ACT - IAC Academy to Provide Risk Management Training

    Joseph Mayo was selected by the American Council for Technology (ACT) - Industry Advisory Council (IAC) to provide risk management training for the ACT - IAC Academy. The ACT-IAC Academy is one component of the professional development offerings for federal government employees and the private sector.  The Academy strives to create a unique learning environment for professionals serving the federal IT marketplace.  The Academy distinguishes itself through its emphasis on the collaboration, experiential learning,and sharing of real world examples among government and industry to complement the key course takeaways. 

  • Lessons Unlearned: The Legal and Policy Legacy of the BP Deepwater Horizon Spill

    There is a great article in the Washington and Lee Journal of Energy, Climate, and the Environment about lessons unlearned from the Deepwater Horizon disaster.  Checkout the article by Mark Davis about the Legacy of Deepwater Horizon.

  • RIMS 2015 Conference Sessions Are Posted

    The conference sessions are posted for the RIMS 2015 Annual Conference and Exhibition!  Here is the link to the conference calendar RIMS 2015 Event Calendar.  Please join me on Tuesday, April 28, 2015 for my session entitled Quantify Risk Tolerance to Guide Risk Policy (ERM009).  This session will explore the role of risk policy and organizational risk tolerance in effective enterprise risk management (ERM).Risk policy and risk tolerance drives all aspects of ERM including risk governance, treatment strategies, prioritization, reserve budgets and risk management processes.

  • RIMS 2015 Press Release

    Checkout the latest press release for RIMS 2015 in New Orleans, April 26 - 29.

    RIMS 2015 Press Release

  • Risk Assessment and Management

    This is an excellent article discussing problems and challenges from the Deepwater Horizon disaster.  In addition to specific risk management lapses the paper also discusses organizational culture and how it affects risk management. 

    Here is the link to the article

  • Risk Management

    A conference presentation about risk management for the 7th annual Quality Assurance Association of Maryland (QAAM) conference.

  • Risk Management Services

    JWMC provides risk management training, risk assessment facilitation, and risk consulting services for our customers.

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