K. Scott Griffith
Founder and managing partner at SG Collaborative Solutions, LLC
Expertise: Risk management
Education: Texas A&M University; Texas Christian University
K. Scott Griffith is the founder and managing partner of SG Collaborative Solutions, LLC, an enterprise risk management firm specializing in reliable performance in high-consequence industries and organizations. Clients include Harvard’s Mass General Brigham health system, the California hospital and medical associations, Global Medical Response and numerous other transportation, healthcare, first responder and law enforcement organizations. He is the author of the world’s first Collaborative High Reliability® and Collaborative Just Culture® improvement programs, independently audited and certified by DNV, a world-leading international accreditation organization. Griffith is also the author of The Leader’s Guide to Managing Risk: A Proven Method to Build Resilience and Reliability.
He gained his reputation for reliability and collaborative skills through success in high-consequence industries across the globe. He came to prominence as a leader in the field of aviation as an international airline captain and chief safety officer at American Airlines, and is widely recognized as the father of the airline industry’s landmark Aviation Safety Action Programs (ASAP).
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