Currently Rajendra is Principal cosultant at e-Zest Solutions Ltd. guiding on quality systems of an organization. He is mechanical engineer having experience in automobile domain. He has an exposure for 30+ years (including Godrej and Thermax) in variety of Industries in India and abroad. He has worked on shop floors and in corporate offices. He is associated with Anaar consultancy group in USA and has conducted 1000+, 2 and 3 days workshops on Anaar philosophy for all levels of management to spread Dr. Deming’s philosophy to ‘Become Globally Competitive’. He is on faculty team of MCCIA (Mahratta Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture) . He is qualified ‘Lead Assessor’ for ISO 9000:2008. He has developed user-friendly methodology for organizations to get ISO 9001:2008 keeping bear minimum documentation and ease of operations.
by Rajendra Babtiwale, on Mar 28, 2018 1:10:36 PM
Since we have explored the depths of GDPR in my previous blogs, we are now equipped with the required knowledge, which would help us at looking at different scenarios for application of this new policy. Reflecting on these scenarios would aid organizations to assess their capabilities to become GDPR compliant.
In my previous post, I briefly introduced GDPR, but there is so much more to it than what one article warrants. In today’s article, I begin to dissect this perplexing notion of data protection.
Several technology organizations in the world have been successful in becoming compliant to various quality and security management standards. They have not only achieved compliance, but have also successfully upheld those standards relentlessly over the years.
During discussion with my colleagues in finance and accounts function, I came to know about the issues faced by the organization due to payments not made by clients. This creates lot of hardship as cash flow planning goes for a toss. Follow up on the receivable adds to the cost of finance and overall it creates a bad test for the organization and its client.
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