Transition to the ISO 9001:2015 Standard to Eliminate Waste and Achieve World-Class Performance
ISO 9001 originated to address the quality risks that arise from complex systems rather than poor individual craftsmanship. This is synergistic with the long-standing general rule that only 15 to 20 percent of poor quality is due to human error, carelessness, and so on while the other 80 to 85 percent comes from deficiencies in the systems in which people must work. However, besides poor quality, which is just one of the Toyota production system's (TPS) Seven Wastes, ISO 9001:2015 can be used to identify and remove other wastes and achieve world-class performance.
The transition deadline for ISO 9001:2015 is now less than a year away. Organizations with ISO 9001:2008 systems in place will have their own share of difficulty in meeting the deadline. This virtual boot camp with renowned speaker William A. Levinson
will take on the different aspects of ISO 9001:2015 and how the changes introduced for 2018 will shape up going forward. This three-part boot camp will begin by showing how to gain the maximum benefit from the new ISO 9001:2015 standard, and then go over the different transition requirements.
- How to use the ISO 9001 standard and related principles to address the six other TPS wastes that are often far more costly than the poor quality that ISO 9001 has traditionally been designed to prevent
- Understand any gaps between an existing ISO 9001:2008 compliant system and ISO 9001:2015's requirements using a SIPOC conformity matrix
- See graphically how existing processes deploy the new requirements and support ISO 9001's process focus through illustrations of inputs, outputs, and interfaces between the processes of the quality management system
- Learn what needs to be done to obtain certification to the new revision of the standard
- Learn how to use ISO 9004 to go well beyond the standard's requirements to realize outstanding performance
- Learn how to use organizational identity and culture that truly promote employee commitment, engagement, and empowerment to achieve a decisive advantage over competitors