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Avoiding surprises: some thoughts on standards

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Leistner, S. ; American Nat. Stand. Inst., New York, NY, USA

Standardization, at both the national and international level, can affect a firm's competitive advantage. Does your organization have a voice in these important deliberations? If you're not “at the table”, you'll have little or no chance to propose your own ideas for consideration in a national or international standard. Think about what is important to your organization and how you can achieve competitive advantage through your standardization efforts, It costs relatively little to contribute to the voluntary standards process, and the rewards can be enormous, ANSI is available to assist with your standardization efforts, so make use of our resources

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Micro, IEEE  (Volume:18 ,  Issue: 3 )