ISO ramps up its embrace, extend, and extinguish strategy

Thinkpurpose warns us of ISO 18404.

Still unable to admit that it doesn’t work to manage people as if they were manufactured objects, the ISO has again plagiarised other quality management systems into its latest expensive document.  That will stop a lot of employees doing more useful things.

Embrace Extend Extinguish

Embrace, extend and extinguish “Embrace, extend, and extinguish”, also known as “Embrace, extend, and exterminate”, is a phrase that the U.S. Department of Justice found that was used internally by Microsoft to describe its strategy for entering product categories involving widely used standards, extending those standards with proprietary capabilities, and then using those differences to disadvantage its competitors.

Even the ISO’s embrace, extend, and extinguish strategy was stolen from Microsoft.

Managers everywhere will buy it, believe it and bully each other into becoming accredited to it.

The inspection cartel will continue to spread misery and inefficiency throughout the world.

borgIt’s not science fiction, it’s history.  It’s all in keeping with the one world controlled by an elite as described by Julian Huxley – UNESCO: Its Purpose and Philosophy (1946).   No cost is too high to ensure the subjection of mankind to the rule by its self-appointed best.

Management ISOs have just made this control of humans really easy because they enforce mutual oversight and dominate the workplace as police, legally and practically, cannot.



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