When it comes to boosting a company's growth, it's common for questions to arise about the right tools and certifications needed to achieve it. There's no doubt that there is a wealth of information on business growth, with millions of tips, techniques, and secrets that could prove useful. However, the real challenge lies in the dispersion of this information, making it difficult to assimilate and ultimately hindering us from achieving the desired results.
ISO standards require us to identify who the stakeholders are in our company concerning the management system we are implementing. Once identified, it is essential to understand their needs and expectations.
The implementation of projects related to ISO standards, as well as any other type of business project, can be a significant challenge. This challenge doesn't diminish when it comes to critical standards such as ISO 9001 or ISO 22000. In this article, I will present five fundamental keys that are easy to understand and implement. These keys will be highly useful in effectively and successfully initiating the implementation of these standards in your company.
Dear entrepreneur, do you pay for time or for results?
By nature, most people tend to get comfortable in the environment they already know. After the initial drive when one of your employees joins your company, their motivation tends to plateau, and you can only temporarily boost it by giving them a raise.
However, raising the salary alone is not the answer to improving results and making your company competitive.
In response to frequent inquiries about the control of documented information in a quality management system, today I will explain the correct and efficient way to manage it in your organization.
In a previous article, I highlighted all the advantages of implementing a quality management system based on the ISO 9001 standard. However, it surprises me to see how many companies settle for meeting the minimum requirements to maintain a valid certification.
I am convinced that certification should not be the primary concern for your company, and below you will understand why.
FSSC 22000 Version 5 has been published, and in this article, I will highlight the major changes in this new edition. It is important to note that I will focus on the changes that impact companies operating under FSSC 22000 Version 4.1.
In recent days, I've had conversations with two different entrepreneurs, and in both cases, I noticed a very specific situation: they had heard about ISO 9001, but had no idea what it was for or what advantages implementing a Quality Management System like ISO 9001 in their companies could bring.
If you have recognized the need to implement a robust food safety management system and are considering HACCP, here are 5 key points covering everything you need to know about this important methodology.
In this article, we will provide you with five key steps to establish a strong organizational culture in your company, specifically tailored to the standards of the ISO 9001.