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ISO 9000 & AUDITS WORLD CONFERENCE

Unlocking the Full Potential of Quality Management Systems

Presenter:   Alan  Daniels, Quality Strategy and Industry Standards Management, The Boeing Company, Seattle, WA, USA

Keywords: AS9100, AS9110, AS9120, QMS

Industry: Aviation/Space

Level: Intermediate

ABSTRACT

In this session Alan Daniels will explore using the full potential of a management system for quality and unlocking the benefits we all would like to attain. Imagine an organization where innovative ideas are used to make the most out of management systems.

In today’s competitive business environment innovation in our Quality Management System (QMS) is fast becoming less of an option and more of a requirement, as executives look to improvements in qual¬ity and performance.

QMS standards have continued the evolution from a purely compliance orientated standard to one who’s basis is still compliance by also provides a greater focus on measures and opportunities for improvement, while allowing greater flexibility in how we implement the requirements and how we demonstrate conformance.

Often implementing and maintaining a QMS is viewed as just an added cost and efforts largely stop as soon as the certification celebration is over. However, organizations still look to QMS to help them lead their business and improve the quality of their products without investing in the most significant benefits that QMS has to offer though opportunities and improvement. A bit of a contradiction.

QMS is a great foundation to build a progressive orga¬nization around and if we imagine our way past certification we have uncorked unlimited opportunities for success in our organizations.

In this presentation Mr. Daniels will look into using the full potential of a management system for quality and unlocking the benefits we all would all like to attain, making your Quality Management Systems successful well into the future.

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(*) based on previous conference attendance





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