First of all, I want to say a big thankyou to everyone who has answered my previous questions - and I'm sorry I didn't get to thank you before. I love reading all the comments on this forum!
I also apologise in advance if this has been covered before - I did a brief search but wasn't really sure what key words to use...
I'm trying to establish how Management Reviews should be run in a company with different regions. We have three Sales regions (geographical), that are supported by Procurement, Marketing, HR, etc. In total, there are approximately 250 employees.
My previous role was in one of the sales regions, doing quality for the region part-time (amongst other things). We had our own Management Review Meetings which worked very well, as we saw improvement in key areas, and established some new processes in response to non-conformances.
I am now doing a similar role, but for the company as a whole, and I think Management Review would work best done at a regional level - as I know it worked in my own region before. If we do this, do we still need to also hold a company-wide Management Review Meeting? Do the support functions such as Procurement and Marketing also need to have their own meetings?
For those who will probably ask, the other regions/areas have not been doing Management Review (nor has there been a National one), so we can't just continue as we have been!