Communicating Reliability and Risk to Decision Makers

John Solomon
JD Solomon is a Vice President with CH2M. As a senior consultant to both industry and public agencies, he uses his training and years of experience in risk, reliability, and decision analysis to assist clients with strategic planning, asset management, O&M optimization, and financial management. He is a Certified Reliability Engineer (CRE), Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional more


Effective communication of concepts and solutions related to reliability, risk, and resiliency is frequently cited by technical professionals as the most challenging and overlooked aspect of their work. Texts and guidance documents often reference the importance of better communication; however, there are few practical examples and limited practical guidance for this type of communication. This presentation covers many of those gaps. Key concepts such as terminology, types of decision making, noise, graphics, report formats, personality types, group behaviors, and special tips & pointers are among the topics that will be covered.

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