Going to school and in-service course are some of the ways people learn how to do their jobs. As the market changes it is important to keep up with trends. Another way to keep abreast of change and new information in one’s field is joining a professional organization. A professional organization is usually an organization made up of people of a shared professional for instance the professional organization in the united states is the Architecture Institute of America. The Architecture Institute of America is headed by Robert Ivy.
There are a number of benefits to joining a professional organization. To begin with, a professional organization provides an opportunity for networking for a particular group of professionals. A lot of professional organizations hold annual conferences and other events where members can meet and share. During these events, they can learn from one another, talk about available opportunities and even come up with solutions to problems they may have in common.
Read more: Robert Ivy to receive Lifetime Achievement Award
Joining a professional organization means that a professional is increasing the power of the professional organization he or she has joined. According to Robert Ivy although the Architect Institute of America has a smaller pool of professionals than other similar organizations it has been able to sway the decision in a tax legislation. As a member of a professional organization you increase its power to lobby on issues that affect the profession.
Being part of professional organization also means that one gains credibility. Robert Ivy points out that at Architecture Institute of America there are a number of values that professionals must have. They also give membership to people who have attained certain academic qualifications and therefore being a member gives one an edge over non-members. Holding leadership positions ensures that one’s leadership qualities are exposed.
Before joining a professional organization it is important to ensure that it serves one’s needs. There are organizations for young professionals and there are others that cater to the more experienced. It is important to ensure that one can afford the charges and find out whether their employer can cater for them.
About Robert Ivy
Robert Ivy is the CEO of Architecture Institute of America. Before joining AIA he worked at the Architectural Record. He was named Master Architect by Alpha Rho Chi in 2010. He currently received Noel Polk Award.
Find more about Robert Ivy: http://architecture.tulane.edu/alumni/profile/robert-ivy-faia
When it comes to agricultural entrepreneurship, nobody else has the best interests of Brazil at heart than Flavio Maruf. Flavio Maruf is the acting CEO at Eucatex. Eucatex is an ancient Brazilian firm that began its operations back in 1951. He also holds the role of president at Grandfood Group.
Eucatex has a long tradition of environmental practices making it a tough competitor in the south. The firm is involved in the production of building supply materials and other related products. The firm is solely responsible for the provision of materials harnessed from top notch quality Eucalyptus wood. It is lauded as the first firm that installed and operated a recycling plant with the current system. Read more about Flavio Maluf on Crunchbase
The journey of Flavio Maluf began after graduation from the Armando AlvarersPenteado Foundation. He attained a mechanical engineering degree. However, his heart was into business and thus ventured into the entrepreneurial world. He obtained working experience while under Citicorp and Granfood Group.
Flavio Maluf joined the Eucatex in 1987 in the department of trade before progressing to the industrial activities. His due diligence saw him work to administrative work and later into the executive leadership. While working as an executive, it took him a year before being promoted as the president of the firm in 1997.
As a leader in the Brazilian industry, Flavio Maluf is an adviser on the current stand of the country when it comes to agricultural production. For example, he urged the entrepreneurs in Brazil to consider the tax incentives as a way of improving the profit and also bettering the community.
Flavio Maluf is at the forefront for sustainability when it comes to agricultural production. He advises other entrepreneurs on the maintenance of the sanctity of the natural resources. He also urged the entrepreneurs of considering the aspects of creative endeavors. This would in turn help the business grow and consequently improving the business dynamics.
Learn more: http://economia.estadao.com.br/noticias/releases-ae,conheca-com-flavio-maluf-os-profissionais-mais-requisitados-pelas-startups-em-tempos-atuais,70001683019
With the recent acquisition of Baho Foods OSI Group has put themselves into a better position in the European market than they have ever been. The company, which will be a wholly owned subsidiary of OSI Group has itself five subsidiaries which offer a wide range of products that are a perfect complement to the current offerings of OSI. Of course, OSI is already the leader in meatpacking and prepared food processing around the business world, but that isn’t to say that there isn’t always some room for improvement and expansion of offerings in any organization.
With Baho joining the OSI family, the latter gets access to a wide range of recognized high quality brand products that are popular with food service outlets across the 18 European countries that the former operates. The subsidiaries who make these products are Vital Convenience, Gelderland Frischwaren, Bakx Foods, Henri van de Bilt, and Q Smart Life. The expert leadership team that will be in place representing OSI Group will be comprised of John Balvers, the Managing Director of Baho, and his current team of division managers. The continuity of the majority of the company’s primary management staying in place in roles congruent to their current ones is important to the success of the acquisition and the success of the combined companies in the future.
OSI Group is no stranger to expansion, in fact, they have built the entire history of the firm on the idea of never resting on one accomplishment, and always striving for growth. This is what has allowed them to evolve over their hundred plus year lifespan from a single corner butcher shop in the Oak Park neighborhood of Chicago, to being the butcher shop to the world, with operations in more than 29 countries, 65 facilities in 17 countries, and more than 20,000 direct employees and an additional 25,000-30,000 indirect workers in their own upstream supply chain. Today the company is the food industry leader in processed foods, and prepared meat products for convenience, retail, restaurant, and specialty program fast food operations.The acquisition of Baho Foods by OSI opens the door for a brighter future for both companies and a better supply chain solution for the end consumers of their products.