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An Innovative Approach to the Integrated Management System Development: SIMPRO-IMS Web Based Environment

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  • Kristina Zgodavova
  • Peter Bober

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The purpose of this paper is to contribute to learning, knowledge creation and knowledge transfer for building organization innovability by integrating the management systems in the SIMPRO-IMS web based environment. The paper content consists of the interpretation of role-play simulation, role-play simulation process description, methodology, and the employment of role-play simulation outcomes, as well as the discussion of the knowledge thus obtained. Primary the model of the SIMPRO-Q education environment has been developed and tested during a period of 15 years in several industrial organizations as well as service organizations such as Higher Education Institution (HEI) and Healthcare Organization (HCO). The newest version SIMPRO-IMS has recently been developed to support a need of integration of management systems and information archiving. With the last development, SIMPRO-IMS web based environment, processes of five ISO systems are integrated for parallel development, implementation, auditing, maintaining and leading. SIMPRO-IMS provides management with the apparatus necessary to realize a systematic and verifiable approach to the creation and control of IMS documentation. At the same time contributes to the preservation of organization memory in response to the growing challenges of globalization and digitalization. The research is limited by the complexity of a real system and possible empiric results verification. The results achieved are verified when people really overcome the resistance to change. This can be assessed thoughtfully only after some period of time. Another limitation is presented by measurability of real enhancement achieved in quality, safety and environmentality of production, and business continuity and social responsibility of an organization. Development and progress in the methodology of SIMPRO-IMS web based environment is encoded in upgrading the SIMPRO database by processes of the environmental management, occupational health & safety management, information security management, energy management, service management, business continuity management and social responsibility management into one cohesive system with a holistic set of documentation, policies, procedures and processes, and a preserving knowledge for learning, new knowledge creation and knowledge transfer for building organization innovability.

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  • Kristina Zgodavova & Peter Bober, 2012. "An Innovative Approach to the Integrated Management System Development: SIMPRO-IMS Web Based Environment," Quality Innovation Prosperity, Technical University of Košice, Department of integrated management, vol. 16(2).
  • Handle: RePEc:tuk:qipqip:v:16:y:2012:i:2:5
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    1. Hélène Giroux, 2006. "'It Was Such a Handy Term': Management Fashions and Pragmatic Ambiguity," Journal of Management Studies, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 43(6), pages 1227-1260, September.
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    SIMPRO; web based environment; integrated management system; development; innovability;

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