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ISO 9001:2015 – How to apply Risk-based Thinking to Quality Processes [Part XI]

If you have been reading this blog recently, you will know we have been considering the problem of how organizations could apply Risk-based thinking (RBT) to Quality Processes. In Parts X through XV, we considered examples of the type of documents needed to support our Six Step process for applying RBT; including suggested document templates […]


ISO 9001:2015 – How to apply Risk-based Thinking to Quality Processes [Part X]

If you have been reading this blog recently, you will know we have been considering the problem of how organizations could apply Risk-based thinking (RBT) to Quality Processes. In the previous post (part IX), we summarised the Six Step Risk Management Method. In this and the following two posts we shall show examples of the […]


ISO 9001:2015 – How to apply Risk-based Thinking to Quality Processes [Part IX]

How to apply Risk-based Thinking to Quality Processes – a Summary Over the past weeks we’ve been looking at the topic of risk-based thinking (RBT) in the context of ISO 9001:2015. This is something of a sore point among Quality professionals. Some believe that RBT is an ill-considered introduction in the latest revision of the […]


ISO 9001:2015 – How to apply Risk-based Thinking to Quality Processes [Part VII]

RISK MANAGEMENT METHODOLOGY FOR QUALITY MANAGEMENT Steps 1-3 in the method If you have been reading this blog recently, you will know we have been considering the problem of how organizations could apply Risk-based thinking (RBT) to Quality Processes. In the previous post (part VI), we started to introduce our own proposed Risk Management method […]


ISO 9001:2015 – How to apply Risk-based Thinking to Quality Processes [Part VI]

ISO 9001:2015 – How to apply Risk-based Thinking to Quality Processes [Part VI] Risk based thinking is the new ‘preventive actions’ for QMS If you have been reading this blog recently, you will know we have been considering the problem of how organizations could apply Risk-based thinking (RBT) to Quality Processes. To briefly recap the […]


Visualizing Business Processes – what can go wrong?

Most Quality Control and Quality Assurance methods are concerned with business process mapping as a way of understanding a business transaction lifecycle from the customer’s point of view. One widely held view is that business processes are far easier for employees to understand and follow when presented in a graphical representation. If an employee can visualise […]


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