ISO 9001 / Aerospace / Medical device international standards implementation

By: ISO Quality Consulting, Inc.  02/23/2016
Keywords: Medical Devices, Precision Machining, Process Improvement

Value Added – Non Value Added Adding Value To Our Business Management Processes The process of implementing the ISO Quality Management System is a value added process in and of itself. As we begin to implement the management system we identify areas where we can and should eliminate the non-value added elements within the processes we are going to identify, document and analyze. This is an inherent element in the implementation process. If we do not fully and completely understand our processes, we will never make the transition from “business as usual” to becoming a “world-class organization”.

Keywords: Business Process Improvement, Business Process Management, Custom Machining, Custom Plastic Fabrication, Iso 9000, Iso 9001, Iso 9001:2000, ISO 9001-2015, Medical Devices, Metal Cutting, Plastic Fabrication, Precision Machining, Process Improvement, Quality Management, Quality Management System,

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