New to International Standards Work? Understanding the stakeholders involved will help maximize your efforts
ECIA's Vice President of Standards and Technology Edward Mikoski recently penned an enlightening article for the publication USNC Current, a publication of the US National Committee of the International Electrotechnical Commission to help those new to international standards committees sort through the process by focusing on the stakeholders involved. Read the complete article.
Here's an excerpt:
"Let's assume that you have absolutely no clue concerning the world of standards. Your employer directs you to get involved in the development of an international standard project where it sounds like the scope might affect your company's product or service. That is typically all the specifics you are likely to receive, so where do you even begin? Yes, you can consider simply "diving in," and if you do it would be quite prudent to take advantage of the several online courses, videos, and presentations available. Then begin by identifying as many of the stakeholders as you possibly can. Quickly you will gain a better understanding of just what you are dealing with and where you should consider injecting your energy."
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