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Risk, Lean Development & Profit: Getting Back to Basics
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| by Robert N. Charette on Jun 15, 2010 |

Robert N. Charette takes a look at basic Lean values through the enterprise risk management perspective. He talks about the need to challenge assumptions which leads to discovery and innovation, about the relationship between risk and profit in Lean, and about the need to master risk management to help the organization thrive in various conditions.

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Robert N. Charette is the president of the ITABHI Corporation, a Fellow and the director of the Cutter Consortium’s Enterprise Risk Management and Governance practice, a managing director of the Decision Empowerment Institute, and serves as a risk advisor to the New York City technology investment firm Foundation Ventures. He is a 2008 recipient of the IEEE Computer Society’s Golden Core Award.

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