Please join us for January's RIPB Community of Practice presentation titled “Application of Objectives-Driven Assurance Cases to System Development in an Evolving Acquisition Model" by Robert W. Youngblood III with Idaho National Laboratory plus a discussion on RIPB systems engineering.
There is no registration for any CoP presentation, and all (members and nonmembers alike) are welcomed to join. Zoom meeting details are provided below:
When: January 27, 2023Time: 3:00PM Eastern (roughly an hour long)Zoom link to join: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86993650991?pwd=UCtMUTVxUnMvSTh2aGhnQ2RBM3YxZz09Meeting ID: 869 9365 0991Passcode: 414118A dial in is available should you have a problem with your computer audio:Dial by your location+1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)+1 646 558 8656 US (New York)+1 301 715 8592 US (Washington D.C)+1 346 248 7799 US (Houston)+1 669 900 9128 US (San Jose)+1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma)Find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kbuzrifz6EWhat is a Community of Practice?Communities of Practice (CoPs) are group of professionals who share knowledge around a specific topic, craft, or profession. They can form organically or be directed. They can be physical, virtual, or combinations thereof.Why are CoPs important?CoPs are well established ways to support knowledge management and transfer. They are used frequently by organizations to help breakdown organizational barriers where information typically flows up and then down and across an organization. CoPs provide like-minded professionals an opportunity to share knowledge outside of the normal management and project process. CoPs enrich a professional's development and strengthen an organization's ability to management knowledge effectively.What is the purpose and scope of this CoP?The purpose of this CoP is to support knowledge sharing of the development and application of risk-informed, performance-based (RIPB) principles and practices within the nuclear industry. This can include, but is not limited to, nuclear power reactors, research reactors, fuel cycle, and decommissioning. It can include U.S. domestic and international activities as well. The American Nuclear Society (ANS) supports this CoP by providing a virtual space and resources for collaboration. This CoP is formally sponsored and led by the ANS Risk-informed, Performance-based Principles and Policy Committee (RP3C).Who can join this CoP?Membership to this CoP is open to all professionals interested in RIPB principles and practices. The virtual site called RIPB Community of Practice is accessible to all. ANS Standards Committee members and ANS members simply access the site and choose to join the group to be included in discussions. Those new to ANS activities will be prompted to provide basic contact information for full access to the RIPB Community of Practice site. There is no fee to join.Is this a physical or virtual CoP?This CoP is virtual with monthly collaboration meetings typically held on the last Friday of every month for about an hour at 12 p.m. pacific/3 p.m. eastern. A meeting announcement with join details through Zoom will be sent out at least a week prior. Points of Contact· CoP sponsor: Prasad Kadambi, email@example.com· CoP coordinator: Kent Welter, firstname.lastname@example.org· CoP ANS support: Pat Schroeder, email@example.com