Understanding the Context of an Organization
Context of the organization refers to the conditions that exist or occur within a business. The term is often used to describe the relevant factors that make up a business’s internal and external environment.
There are several reasons why it is important to understand the context of an organizational structure, including:
- To provide valuable insights into the business’s culture and values.
- To help identify internal and external issues, stakeholders and their interests, including relevant political economic and social technologies.
- To help to determine the positive or negative aspects of the competitive and market economic environments.
- Identifying relevant interested parties and documented information requirements.
- To provide information about the business’s past and how it has evolved to achieve the intended outcomes.
Understanding the context of an organization means determining the scope, influences and effects of various elements within the organizational structure. This may include the organizations:
- Culture, goals and objectives.
- Top management’s approach to governance.
- Customers, communication and information
- The complexity of products and services.
- Strengths, weaknesses and opportunities.
- The flow of processes and size of markets, etc.
- Internal audit requirements and AS/NZS ISO 9001 certification body AS/NZS ISO 9001 requirements.
How to Determine the Context of an Organization
The international standard of AS/NZS ISO 9001 does not prescribe methods for determining the context of an organization.
Therefore, this procedure template follows a very practical four-step approach:
1. Identify who are the interested parties and what are their requirements, needs and expectations.
2. Identify the internal issues that can affect our products, services, investments and interested parties.
3. Identify the external issues that can affect our organization’s products, services, investments and interested parties.
4. Regularly review and monitor internal issues, external issues and interested parties and seek continual improvements.
Contents of this AS/NZS ISO 9001 Context of the Organization Procedure
- Terms and Definitions.
- Roles and Responsibilities.
- Overview of the Context of the Organization Assessment.
- Determining the Context.
- Interested Parties.
- Interest Party Requirements and Issues of Concern.
- Risks and Opportunities.
- Strategic Objectives and Direction.
- Related Procedures, Forms and Documents.
- Monitoring and Review Criteria.
- Record Management.
Why Choose to Buy this AS/NZS ISO 9001 Context of an Organization Procedure
- This 8-page procedure can assist you establish the quality-related context of your organization and strategic objectives and direction.
- The procedure can guide you through the processes to identify national, regional or local issues that may affect its ability to achieve the intended results and compliance with the AS/NZS ISO 9001 standard.
After purchasing this AS/NZS ISO 9001 context of an organization procedure you will be able to:
- Very easily edit and customize the template to create your own context of an organization procedure.
- Apply your own style, format and brand to the procedure.
- Use it in any industry or sector regardless of the size or type of organization.
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