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ISO has nothing to do with her preferences. They are simply
that...her preferences, cloaked uynder the ISO umbrella so you will
be appropriately humbled.
I worked at a company that was both ISO registered and CMM5
compliant. At that time, there were maybe 5 companies in the country
that could say that.
Nothing about arial or full justification was ever stipulated.
In a nutshell, ISO says "The way you do something...document it, then
make sure you do it the same way every time."
--- Alex Silbajoris <alsilba -at- hotmail -dot- com> wrote:
> Our company is in the process of obtaining ISO certification. I
> have no
> problem with documenting and following procedures, but I'm becoming
> increasingly annoyed by the approach taken by the coordinator of
> the effort.
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