Could Trello be a useful tool for your management system?
When RKBC meets its customers, the first questions a customer asks is: What is the process for obtaining certification and how long will it take? This article aims to explain this process and explain why the time it takes is very difficult to quote for and why a consultant who provides a definitive timeline should not be trusted.
Management Systems authoring is not difficult, but it is time consuming. The following rules are designed to help you get it right first time and avoid some of the unnecessary wasted time that so many previous system administrators have spent. Read more…
Management System Standards expect you to prioritise your risks and opportunities, but how do you align risk and opportunity. How do you decide when to prioritise a opportunity over a risk? This article aims to provide a methodology for doing just that.
The management system standards currently makes more reference to processes than they do procedures. This is because with modern software which utilises workflows and automated machines often a process can be controlled automatically without relying on people and procedures, but what if you don’t have fancy software controlling your processes. Do you still need procedures or can you use processes?
Do you create similar documents time and time again for project after project? If so, we may have a solution to make this burden easier. It requires only your existing MS Office software.