John Brown is an associate director at Guidehouse, who leverages deep and broad hands-on risk management experience to create and implement practical and effective risk management frameworks, programs, and processes. Risk and resiliency combine art and science; risk management fundamentals and analytical tools are the science, application to a company’s unique business model and culture is the art. Flexible and adaptable frameworks are important in today’s rapidly evolving and disruptive business environments.
John has worked directly in the risk management field for more than two decades, and indirectly most of his career. His knowledge of risk fundamentals, change management principles, and psychological aspects of risk contribute to programs that are effective and quickly add value to an organization. He has created and implemented risk management programs—spanning operational and value chain risk to enterprise-wide risk—in large, global companies., John leverages his deep risk expertise to guide organizations along their risk management journey, including program and project management initiatives for large-scale transformation and implementations. He contributed to risk management standards including ISO 31000:2018 Risk management— Guidelines, and he co-chaired the committee that created the standard ANSI/ASIS SCRM.1-2014: Supply Chain Risk Management Standard: A Compilation of Best Practices. He has authored articles and presented at many conferences to share knowledge and continue his own learning.
Master of Business Administration, University of Washington Master of Engineering, Electrical Engineering, University of Idaho Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering, University of Idaho
Professional Engineer RIMS CRMP and RIMS CRMP-FED ARM-E PMP CPP CSP