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Old 26th August 2017, 07:48 AM
SpinDr99

 
 
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Re: Management Involvement / Commitment - CEO involvement in the certification proces

I for one, feel ISO has gone too far with some of the direction the new revision has gone. They shouldn't be getting into business plans and running the business. By its very nature, a quality product will lend itself to increasing business, but ISO has gone a little too far here. Identifying interested stakeholders should be discussed by top management, but not as a requirement in a Quality standard. Top management is by far stupid and this needn't be dictated to them. After all, they ARE running their business.

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