Ron Richard, Quality, Information Technology and Enterprise Risk Management specialist, has earned professional designations from multiple countries, held positions at most any level, and acquired more than 30 years of relevant experience including related work done at the College of the North Atlantic. Ron is author of Inherent Quality Simplicity and the Inside Internal Control newsletter Modern Quality Management series.
Reflecting on performance management, I decided to reach out to a connection for a comment on the idea of getting more done with more - managing. Here's the reply from Scott Simmerman, Ph.D. - "The Square Wheels Guy" :
This blog post continues Matthew Kern's discussion about enterprise architecture. See part one in the series. Last month we described three enterprise architecture processes that support the three levels of transformational management described
After years of work, study and research, my developed inherent quality management principles (noted here) among other advocated a need to: promote professionalism and transparency, and increasingly make quality a mindset, while removing
ISO/IEC 27001:2013 and ISO/IEC 27002:2013 are scheduled for publication on October 17th. This will be the first release of the only internationally accepted standard framework for information security since it was adopted by