Organizational Resilience During Times of Uncertainty

Apr 14, 2020

  • May 6, 2020
    12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Professor Randy Cadieux Major, USMC (Ret), M.S., MEng will be presenting Organizational Resilience During Times of Uncertainty

Major Randy Cadieux, USMC (Ret) entered the United States Marine Corps in 1993, and upon completion of Navy flight training received his designation as a Naval Aviator. He has a diverse leadership background with extensive Marine Corps aviation experience, including serving in Naval Aviation primary flight training units and Fleet Marine Force aviation units. In addition to flight leadership, Cadieux has served in multiple safety and operations management positions. He has served as the director of safety and standardization for a Navy and Marine Corps aviation training squadron and as a Marine Aircraft Group assistant operations officer, providing oversight for the safe operations of 10 squadrons.

Randy has extensive experience preparing student naval aviators during high-risk training missions. In addition to hands-on technical instruction, this training also included mentoring, Crew Resource Management (CRM), and Operational Risk Management (ORM) instruction and application. Cadieux has collaborated extensively with researchers and practitioners from High-Reliability Organizations (HROs) and has numerous years of experience working in HROs.

Randy has been qualified in numerous aircraft, including the KC-130 F, R, and J model Hercules, the UC-12B, the T-34C, and the T-44A. He has been designated as a KC-130 Transport Plane Commander, Section Leader, and Tactical Refueling Area Commander; a UC-12B Transport Plane Commander; and a T-34C Instructor Pilot. His operational flying experience includes acting as a squadron detachment assistant operations officer and as a KC-130J Transport Plane Commander in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Randy holds a B.A. in Political Science, a M.S. in Information and Telecommunications Systems Management, and a Master of Engineering with a Concentration in Advanced Safety Engineering and Management. A graduate of the U.S. Navy’s School of Aviation Safety Aviation Safety Officer Course, he has achieved certification in an additional military occupational specialty as an Aviation Safety Officer (ASO). He is also a graduate of the Navy’s Crew Resource Management Instructor School and the Naval Security Manager’s Course.

Randy currently works in the security integration global program management field and is a consultant and coach in the areas of human performance, teamwork, leadership and organizational performance improvement.