A periodic meeting of management at which it reviews the status and effectiveness of the organization's quality management system.
A management review is a considered and analytical evaluation of an activity to determine if the job can be accomplished in a more economical manner. Such a review will first identify essential functions to be performed by an activity and its boundaries. The results of the study will be used to develop the in-house option bid for comparison with commercial bids providing the product or service.
A formal quality evaluation, by top management, of the status and adequacy of the quality system in relation to quality policy and new objectives resulting from changing circumstances.