G31000 founder Alex Dali is marketing a “risk maturity model” product using quotes from ISO 31000 that were invented out of thin air.Read More
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G31000 certification scheme founder Alex Dali posted a student’s personal test results and gripes about a billing dispute on LinkedIn, which should be a warning to anyone interested in signing up for the cert.Read More
Documents obtained by Oxebridge reveal that the founder of the risk management group G31000 Global...Read More
The social network LinkedIn has cancelled the account of Alex Dali, President of the G31000 Global Institute of Risk Management Standards after it was discovered that his profile contained plagiarized works and at least one false employment listing.Read More
In a weird risk-seller back-patting moment, the head of the CERM Academy congratulated the head of G31000 as being “prescient.”
Greg Hutchins, who operates the CERM Academy which provides unaccredited Certified Enterprise Risk Management certificates to individuals, declared his love for Alex Dali, who heads the equally unaccredited G31000 Global Institute for Risk Management Standards, which also provides risk management certificates. Neither organization adheres to ISO 17024, the standard for personnel certification bodies.Read More
- Don't panic, stop spending, avoid the sunk-cost fallacy, and pay attention to the critics who have been consistently right since Day One.
- DoD's announcement dismantles nearly every aspect of what has been done to date, including the entire maturity level approach.
- Greg McVerry admitted he supported CMMC officials in public because his company, DIT, had "$10M" in annual DoD contracts, even as he railed against them in private.
- CMMC-AB may be allowed to credential trainers and assessors, but not accredit C3PAOs.
- The move helps the IAF escape growing concern over China's role in overseeing ISO accreditations worldwide.