I attended the Entrepreneur Expo in Linthicum Heights, MD this week. The event is a hub to promote, educate, and mentor local entrepreneurs in the Maryland area bringing them together with seasoned business professionals. The keynote speakers included Terry Virts, International Space Station Commander of Expedition 43 and Jennifer Fleiss, Co-Founder of Rent the Runway.
For about a year now, I have been conducting my daily work with a Microsoft Surface Pro 3 and keyboard attachment. For the most part, I have treated this “tablet” exactly like I would a laptop, which is what much of the hype around these devices has been about. It wasn’t until recently, however, that I began treating this device like a tablet.
The Risk Management industry has continued to grow over the past five years and is expected to steadily increase over the next five years. We rounded up facts on risk management as a player in financial institutions, the consulting industry, and enterprise governance risk and compliance. Risk plays a factor in a number of organizations, and executives are starting to take note.
For those of you who walk the walk and talk the talk in the technical world, we wanted to break down some interesting features of the new CompWALK 3.2 release straight from our Technical Director, Jarred, himself.
Today marks the launch of CompWALK 3.2, so what does that mean exactly? It means mass amounts of energy drinks were consumed (now switching to a healthier drink option). Our developers have been working hard to deliver a more comprehensive lite platform to benefit organizations of all sizes.
We have found that many organizations dealing with compliance, inspections, assessments, quality assurance, and anything involving regular checklists, could be performing these tasks much more efficiently. First, we outlined how to better conduct audits or inspections by evaluating current processes.
A few weeks ago I finished up a grueling weekend of clearing brush, weeds and dead trees from a mostly wooded area of my back yard. It was very satisfying to mop my brow, stretch out my aging lower back and gaze upon the extra quarter acre of land that was now available to me.
[easy-social-share buttons=”facebook,twitter,linkedin,google,mail” counters=0] A few weeks ago I finished up a grueling weekend of clearing brush, weeds and dead trees from a mostly wooded area of my back yard. It was very satisfying to mop my brow, stretch out my aging lower back and gaze upon the extra quarter acre of land that was…
How to go from Reactive to Proactive when Managing your Facilities Maintenance Request. I work in a large county building that is constantly being worked on; whether it’s the landscaping crew mowing the grass, electricians hauling off a downed light pole, or plumbers replacing old toilets.
On January 1, 2016 the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) will no longer acknowledge Equivalent Quality Control (EQC) policies and procedures as an effective form of Quality Control (QC). Individualized Quality Control Plan (IQCP) will replace EQC as the preferred form of QC for clinical laboratories.