Ep 31 – Chris Paris – Conflict of Interest in the ”Development” of Standards

Another great episode with Chris Paris, author of Surviving ISO 9001:2015. We’re talking today about just what makes the new ISO 9001 standard so darn confusing. Its quite an eye opening experience to say the least, and .

Seems no matter where you go, be it the corporate ladder, local government, even your school board, people are people and need to be held accountable to the rules. Even the folks that write them for the rest of us.

#QualityMatters Podcast & Chris Paris of oxebridge.com

To find out more about Chris Paris, go online to www.oxebridge.com or check out his latest book SURVIVING ISO 9001:2015, or find him on LinkedIn.

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