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#1
The deck has been reshuffled.

http://www.pjr.com/downloads/ISO%209001%20CRM.pdf
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#2
(08-07-2015, 12:14 PM)admin Wrote: The deck has been reshuffled.

http://www.pjr.com/downloads/ISO%209001%20CRM.pdf

Didn't all of these Quality Pro's who are on this committee know about this quote? “If you don’t have time to do it right the first time, how will you ever have time to do it over.” Huh
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(08-07-2015, 12:14 PM)admin Wrote: The deck has been reshuffled.

http://www.pjr.com/downloads/ISO%209001%20CRM.pdf

OH NO there is a cow,  but it has new brown spots - we must milk it.

It is fascinating to see a group shuffles the deck of clauses and call it a new standard and charges you around 80.00 USD for a Draft copy?  and then turn around and charges you around 180 USD for the same standard?

OK what am I missing here and when does it stop.


BTW - Aerospace is also milking the same cow...
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#4
The newly "revised" Standard is smoke & mirrors.  Just more words and same substance.  We can all now plug-in the new vocabularly & verbage and link to presently existing business practices and "re-register"!  Good news for Registrars, though!  Tongue
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(08-21-2015, 01:38 PM)R.GALLAGHER Wrote: The newly "revised" Standard is smoke & mirrors. 
Unless you are supporting more than one standard, then it may be a godsend.

Unless you have not effectively transitioned from the 1994 clause based system to the 2000 and 2008 base process approach yet.

Unless you don't have a very effective system that is unable to identify preventive actions.

Unless your organization does not have engaged top management and says stupid stuff like "Quality? We manage that in the office there in the corner.  That is our Management Representative that answers all of our SCAR's and escapes (independently)." 

Does any of this sound familiar R.GALLAGHER?
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