Source of practice to Evaluate Risks? (ISO 9001:2015)

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Hi everybody

When analysing risks under 9001 2015, lately on the web, I have seen some practices to do a more complete assessment.

When a risk is found, it is suggested to consider several perspectives:

Finance, Clients, processes, training, stakeholders and interested parties
it is ranked each perspective and the final value it is the average.

E.g. not having the ISO certification (risk) , in general, we can give a value
based on past events or what we have in mind at that time, but when is evaluated under every perspective, we may have different final value.

I know it may be better this method (more precise), but I wonder, where is the source of this method or idea?

I heard somewhere that is based on Kaplan scorecard method, but not on ISO.

The idea is to have more knowledge in case of implementing it.

Thanks for your help.
 

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Hi everybody

When analysing risks under 9001 2015, lately on the web, I have seen some practices to do a more complete assessment.

When a risk is found, it is suggested to consider several perspectives:

Finance, Clients, processes, training, stakeholders and interested parties
it is ranked each perspective and the final value it is the average.

E.g. not having the ISO certification (risk) , in general, we can give a value
based on past events or what we have in mind at that time, but when is evaluated under every perspective, we may have different final value.

I know it may be better this method (more precise), but I wonder, where is the source of this method or idea?

I heard somewhere that is based on Kaplan scorecard method, but not on ISO.

The idea is to have more knowledge in case of implementing it.

Thanks for your help.

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