The Department of Trade and Industry confers the Philippine Quality Challenge (PQC) Seal of Improvement to the four companies who successfully implemented continual improvement in ... (Read More)
There is a remarkable continued holistic education and opportunity to learn effective management practices. Personally, participation in PQA assessments based on Baldrige is one of the most complete, integrated, comprehensive training and development opportunities currently available. Being a PQA Assessor is indeed one of the greatest educational experience
"You find meaning and fulfilment in life as a PQA Assessor!"
- Ms. Angelica C. Fraginal
Being a PQA Assessor develops in you a holistic outlook to doing business. You can choose to take up MBA and learn about managing a business using a clinical approach, or you can become a PQA Assessor and learn the ropes at the battlefront. I'd choose the latter. Yes! Being a PQA Assessor is just like taking up an MBA course, complete with being scarred by the tough regimen ahead. After three to five full-blown assessments, you can already lead your own team and confidently assess any organization assigned to you!
"Bringing these learnings and experiences home to your own organization and making extraordinary things happen will enable you to achieve unparalleled performance never before imagined."
- Mr. Vito P. Aberin
This year, 2014, will be my 6th cycle serving and learning PQA. Take note of the word I used, serving and learning. If these two are your values, I think PQA suits you.
- Ms. Mai Sotto
For me, being an assessor is an honorable and fulfilling task. I'm learning and at the same time helping companies assess their performance while somehow satisfying my idealistic wish to serve our country - a one of a kind endeavor.
I started 5 years ago and never skipped any cycle even when I'm too busy serving as an assessor, has truly sufficed my pursuit for excellent learning. If your passion is to learn something different and challenging..try becoming an assessor and you will know the difference.
- Ms. Remy Cadaon