Global Standardization of Enforcement

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  1. Steven K. says:

    I tend to disagree – respectfully. My perspective comes from outside the legal perspective. I have been in applying ISO standards, such ISO 9001 Quality Management System standard. ISO standards are applicable for a variety of enterprises independent of the widget product or service. I have written about a systems perspective to governance/compliance. The key to any system for compliance, whether it is complying to customer requirements or governance, is to have well designed and stable processes to detect non-compliance. When the odds of detecting non-compliance is sufficiently high, the risk of non-compliance is reduced. What standardization can do is help enterprises determine what key indicators and processes of compliance are. Standardization also is good from a transparency point of view. Individuals will be looking at the same indicators.