The PMI Lebanon is glad to announce that Dr. Claude Khalil was the speaker for this month and gave a lecture titled “New trends in the revised standard ISO 9001:2015, with a project management approach and mind set” delivered on January 26, 2017 at 6:30PM in Holiday Inn Beirut Dunes, Verdun–
ISO 9001:2015 facts
Transition from 2008 to 2015
Impact and relevance of standards with the Project management tools and techniques
Discussion and networking
REVISIONS OF ISO management systems are often accompanied by a bit of anxiety. More than 1 million organizations have been certified to ISO 9001:2008, the international quality management system (QMS) standard, and they now must embark on implementing a revised version By April 2018.
Most organizations are on pins and needles: What are the key changes we must be aware of? When and how should we introduce the required changes? What resources will we need?
The lecture is meant to calm some of our anxieties by helping us to understand five of the key changes in ISO 9001:2015, what they mean, what we must do to meet the new requirements and the resources available during the transition process.
How Project management Knowledge areas, tools and Techniques can assist in designing a road map to successfully achieve the change. ISO 9001 includes two new and related requirements: understanding the organization and its context, and risk-based thinking.
The latter is a term that used to be nonexistent in the current quality standard; however, it was long embedded in the Project management culture, and methodologies.
How should we as PM assist our organizations in understanding, implementing, and auditing to this requirement?
Expected Benefits from Attending this Presentation (TBF):
Understanding the five key changes in ISO 9001:2015 Requirements
The Risk Thinking Concept to adopt
Requirements in upgrading and implementing the changes in QMS adopting a project management approach, tools and techniques…