15 minute Top Management presentation on ISO 9001:2015

Marc

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I got a PM. If anyone has a "canned" management presentation, will you please consider sharing it?

Thanks in advance.

Marc
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I am working on making a 15 minute presentation to the Top Management on the subject of ISO9001:2015. Do you have any canned presentation for me to compare my presentation? This is my first attempt to convince the organization to have a corporate ISO9001 certificate so I need all the buzz words I can get.
 
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Sidney Vianna

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I got a PM. If anyone has a "canned" management presentation, will you please consider sharing it?

Thanks in advance.

Marc
Marc, I understand that you are trying to help someone who sent you a request, but, in my opinion, the LAST thing that would help any top management of an organization to embrace the spirit of what ISO 9001:2015 should be, is a canned presentation with buzzwords. That is exactly the type of material that tends to make top management disconnect, turn off and disengage from the presenter in the first 45 seconds of the "presentation".

Whomever asked you for the assistance should be thinking exactly the opposite: a customized, short, business-centric presentation, with as few buzzwords, and as closely related to the organization culture as possible.

At least, that is what tends to work, in my experience.
 

Jen Kirley

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What are the buzz words in the presentation I linked us to?

I wouldn't dream of putting one of these in front of managers without in-person delivery that allows me to explain the subject matter.
 

Marc

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I don't disagree, Sidney. I think the idea is to get a framework with some basics and then tailor it (customization if you will) to the specific scenario. That's what most people I know do with canned presentations (canned documents in general, actually). I don't know anyone off hand who starts with a totally blank slate other than what's in their mind. Yes, some can and do, but usually there's some type of basic framework to start with. Nothing is really "new". We all borrow from other sources to one degree or another.

I used to do a lot of training. I developed courses back around 1994 through 1998. The internet didn't have too much back then. I took a bunch of courses, bought a lot of books and such and developed my courses from various material.

Quite a few times in the early 2000's I went into companies which had gotten my course material from here - I posted it for free here "copyright free" years ago. They took the stuff they wanted and tailored it for their company and came up with good internal training courses.

Canned stuff is not always bad. It can be used correctly.
 

Sidney Vianna

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That's what most people I know do with canned presentations (canned documents in general, actually).
I agree with you that canned material can be a great head start. But, I doubt that someone would ask for a presentation material with "as many buzzwords" as possible to delete all of them in the customized material. That is what I am advising against.
 

normzone

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There's nothing wrong with buzzwords. Examples include success, improvement, measurement.

What gives buzzwords a bad rap is the attitudes of the people mouthing them. Sincerely applied they are valid tools and goals. It doesn't matter what the word of choice is if it's insincerely applied.
 
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