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Continual Improvement

In this fast-paced company world, implementing appropriate governance, risk, compliance, and ISO standards only once would inevitably result in stagnation. Continuous improvement is mandated by most ISO Standards’ Clause 10.2. Consequently, a paradigm for fundamentally practical, ongoing, and long-term improvement across all levels of your organization is provided. Numerous ISO Management System documents promote this culture. Once certified to a Standard, Legal or Governance Framework, or something comparable, the External Auditors will return the next year and pose the crucial question – “What improvements have you made as an organization?”

This improvement may be related to your goals, risk profile, adoption of new laws, or capacity to integrate the system and its controls into your organization’s culture. These difficulties are never-ending and tend to get out of hand.