Some business policies are the result of undesirable consequences or something happens that shouldn’t. For example, a door isn’t secure from the outside and someone gets in your building who doesn’t belong. Now management creates a policy restricting the door’s use. For example, “That door is for exiting the building ONLY in case of emergencies. It is NEVER to be used as an entry.” Should we be enacting bad business policies or fixing the door? Continue reading How to Fix Bad Business Policies
As the Quality Manager you are responsible for Quality Management System (QMS) compliance. In other words, you must manage all company-wide, quality policies, procedures, processes, programs, and practices, to assure the company of continuous conformance with appropriate standards and regulations. In a smaller company you may also be the document control manager, quality auditor, and process improvement specialist. Continue reading What Are The Top Quality Manager Responsibilities?