ISO 9001 - Certificates by industrial sector in the world as a key decision variable
Katarzyna Hys ()
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Katarzyna Hys: Opole University of Technology, Faculty of Production Engineering and Logistics, Institute of Innovation Processes and Products, Prószkowska 76, Opole, Poland
Manager Journal, 2015, vol. 22, issue 1, pages 9-20
The aim of this article is to present and analyse trends in the scope of the implementation of quality certificates compliant with the ISO 9001 standard. The analysis will concern the trend in the sectoral approach all over the world. The preparation of data, their analysis and drawing conclusions have been made on the basis of the desk research method. The data was gathered by means of an analysis of source materials such as, among others: announcements, press releases, reports for industries, publicly available reports of companies and research institutions, information from the Internet.The main conclusion is the fact that the number of certificates compliant with the ISO 9001 standard is constantly growing in the world. The kind of business activity determines the engagement in the certificate implementation. The subject of research provided conclusions and at the same time, became an inspiration for defining research issues such as the ex-post analysis of the information available, drawing conclusions and drawing up directions of development. The retrospective analysis in the scope of the sectoral analysis of ISO 9001 trends, drawing conclusions and drawing up evolution directions is the author’s original contribution.
Keywords: ISO 9001; certificates by industrial sector; decision managers (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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