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In the dark about ISO 14001?

There is a fair amount of ‘noise’ around the revised ISO 9001 Standard, but what is happening with ISO 14001? Are you in the dark about ISO 14001? Exemplar Global College brings you the latest update on this planned revision . The proposed transition to the ISO 9001:2015 Standard has dominated the dialogue around the [...]

By | May 15th, 2015|Other|Comments Off on In the dark about ISO 14001?

The great leap forward for auditors

The upcoming release of ISO9001: 2015 is encouraging the use of process approach when auditing a client and the use of process approach by clients. Process approach has been around for many years however there is now a greater emphasis on auditors not relying on checklists and clauses to audit clients but to follow the [...]

By | April 14th, 2015|General, Management, Personal Development, Technical|Comments Off on The great leap forward for auditors

What’s all the fuss about MOOCs?

Just when we think we have a handle on the latest trend from the ever-changing world of technological-driven progress, along comes something entirely new, challenging us once again to reconsider how people learn. MOOC is the acronym for Massive Open Online Course. Delivered on-line, and without any fee (usually) MOOCs are characterized by the way [...]

By | March 30th, 2015|General, Personal Development|Comments Off on What’s all the fuss about MOOCs?

Getting the most out of your CPD!

For most of us, being recognized as a ‘Professional’ in our chosen vocational field is the result of many years of hard work, acquired knowledge and commitment. However, once we achieve the status as a ‘Professional’ we soon find out that our learning journey has really just begun. Getting there was one thing; staying there [...]

By | March 25th, 2015|Other, Personal Development|Comments Off on Getting the most out of your CPD!

Not For Profit? What are we for then?

Since the study of business became a formalized subject, there has been general agreement on the classification of organizations into three broad categories: government, for profit and not for profit , such as Exemplar Global College. Sadly, the not for profit (NFP) sector carries the burden of a label that focuses on what we ‘don’t’ do. [...]

By | March 9th, 2015|General, Leadership, Management, Vocational|Comments Off on Not For Profit? What are we for then?

First frozen berries, then tuna….what food will make us sick tomorrow?

The recent cases of food contamination in Australia that resulted in many consumers being admitted to hospital for treatment, and the subsequent recall of those products, has highlighted the importance of supplier performance. Our Guest Blogger this week is Ms Dijana Green, Founder and CEO of Elevating Food Safety Pty. Ltd. Dijana shares with us [...]

By | February 27th, 2015|Food, General, Vocational|Comments Off on First frozen berries, then tuna….what food will make us sick tomorrow?

The future of auditing profession – is it sustainable?

The GFC threw into sharp relief the value of “quality practitioners” to the multinationals, the small to medium organizations and the government and NGO’s alike. But this article is not one more puff piece on how the industry has done it tough, the GFC really inspired me to take a retrospective look at the future [...]

By | January 26th, 2015|General, Vocational|Comments Off on The future of auditing profession – is it sustainable?

External Training, How Good Is it?

If you are setting a key performance indicator for external training, it’s worth asking - "external training, how good is it?" Formerly with the American Society of Quality (ASQ), Sal Agnello, now Milwaukee based General Manager with (Exemplar Global (RABQSA, iNARTE), joins our regular blog panel which this week looks at the world of corporate [...]

By | December 18th, 2014|General|Comments Off on External Training, How Good Is it?

The Great Race

The great race – finding enough skilled personnel to satisfy the trend toward social standards New management systems are hybridizing toward environmental or social change. Governments incentivize business to be early adopters. But where is the skilled workforce to implement and monitor compliance to these systems. This article investigates the capability to meet this demand. [...]

By | November 15th, 2014|General|Comments Off on The Great Race

What can auditors learn from flat-pack furniture

Auditors are not made from flat-pack instructions for knowledge, skill and attributes. New recruits need to know there is more to the world of auditing than training to standards. Comparing auditing and leadership of audits to flat-packed furniture instructions seems a very long bow to draw, but wait! Let me explain what can auditors learn [...]

By | October 12th, 2014|General|Comments Off on What can auditors learn from flat-pack furniture
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