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Volume 7 · Issue 9 · September 2002


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Launch Your Updated QMS With Improvement in Mind

John R. Broomfield writes that no organization can succeed if it sets business objectives that, once achieved, produce results that are static and are put aside. Indeed, top management and process professionals need to view ISO 9001:2000 registration as the winning of just one battle in a war that will last the organization’s lifetime. Broomfield explores Steps 13 (train the process teams in their new and changed processes) and 14 (launch your updated QMS, audit against ISO 9001:2000 and then use and improve the QMS) in his 16-step plan for making an effective transition to ISO 9001:2000.