Don’t panic, stop spending, avoid the sunk-cost fallacy, and pay attention to the critics who have been consistently right since Day One.
DoD’s Arrington Sues Federal Gov for Failure to Provide Her Due Process, Doesn’t Wait for Due Process
Complaint claims that after five months, no action was taken on Arrington’s security clearance suspension, but DoD procedures allow for a minimum processing time of six months, with no upper limit.
Quality professionals must stop demanding automatic management commitment, and stop expecting a seat at the executive table before they’ve earned it.
Oxebridge performs its annual analysis of the official ISO Survey data related to worldwide ISO 9001 certificates.
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Oh, and AIMM presenters mentioned that AS9100 is getting an early revision, breaking cycle with ISO 9001.
Oxebridge founder calls on USAF CSO Nicolas Chaillan and CIO Lauren Knausenberger to resign after a flood of whistleblower allegations of waste, fraud, and abuse of office.
Oxebridge’s 2021 list of countries with the most severe problems related to counterfeit or questionable ISO certifications.
Adding a simple clause to ISO 17021-1 could set the stage for the complete reformation of ISO certifications worldwide, earning back trust.
CMMC and other industry consultants are making their case based on threats and fear; quality management consultants tried that for decades, and were rejected.
ASQ included “marketing expenses” and other indirect expenses in its calculations of Cost of Goods Sold, allowing it to avoid paying taxes, and request a $29,000 refund.
“Ridiculous Bastardry”: After Minor Update, ISO Converts Previously Free Standard to $170 Paid Version
For decades, the ISO standard for the XML tool Schematron was free; a minor update jacked the price up to $175.