Mike Kent
By Mike Kent on November 12, 2020

Tenth grade. High school. Speech class. Six words that, to most of us, including me, bring back various thoughts and emotions. Maybe one of those emotions is “fear”? But what if I told you that back then, and still today, you and I both have everything we need to be able to speak in front of a group of a thousand strangers? We are able to manipulate our mouth and breath in such a way as to generate words in a certain language.

But is “ability” or “competency” the desired outcome? 

Steve Diedrich
By Steve Diedrich
on September 15, 2020

As part of the Quality Leaders Forum, we sat down (virtually) with Steve Diedrich for a primer on compliance vs. quality and how we might use Simon Sinek's framework of "finite and infinite games" to think about quality management. Register now for "Playing the Infinite Game in Quality," an interactive forum with Steve Diedrich. 

Jen Rajchel
By Jen Rajchel
on August 10, 2020

Actionable insights, confidence in completed tasks, and clear context are key to managing quality, so we're excited to share with you how our 2020.2 release can help.