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SMART objectives are someone's responsibility

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SMART objectives are someone's responsibility

I understand that a good quality objective needs to be SMART, yet the clause talks of "who will be responsible". How can I incorporate it in my objective?
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Carlos Pereira da Cruz Jun 26, 2019

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Both requirements can be matched without contradictions. For example, consider the following quality objective:

We want to reduce machine A defects rate by 10% in the next 45 days.

Who will be responsible for meeting this objective?
Supervisor A will be responsible for leading a team that will work to meet this objective

The following material will provide you more information about objective definition:
- ISO 9001 – How to Write Good Quality Objectives - https://advisera.com/9001academy/knowledgebase/how-to-write-good-quality-objectives/
- Check the free preview of ISO 9001 document template: Quality Objectives - https://advisera.com/9001academy/documentation/quality-objectives/
- free online training ISO 9001:2015 Foundations Course – https://traini ng.advisera.com/course/iso-90012015-foundations-course/
- book – Discover ISO 9001:2015 Through Practical Examples – https://advisera.com/books/discover-iso-9001-2015-through-practical-examples/
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