Hi everyone - My company's management review is done once per month with our Executive Team. For the summary of the meeting notes, I post the most significant corrective and preventive actions taken and then refer to our corrective and preventive action logs on our Intranet computer system for all the rest. I try to do this so I don't bog down our review on very small issues and focus instead on the bigger ones (i.e. high-dollar returns, preventive actions impacting many or all products, etc.). Much of the management team present is already aware of pretty much all the bigger issues and many of the smaller ones through e-mail discussions, other meetings, etc. I thought this was sufficient for our review, but we were recently audited and told that there was an opportunity for improvement (not a nonconformance) because in the auditor's eyes we did not sufficiently review them. Any thoughts on whether what I described above is sufficient for ISO 9001 purposes in your eyes? Thanks for your help.
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