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Could Innovation also Emerge from the Public Sector? Creating an ISO-like Judiciary Quality Management Standard.

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Rodrigo Murillo ,

Bradford School of Management, UK
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DBA candidate
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Roy Zuniga

INCAE Business School Alajuela, Costa Rica, CR
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ex-faculty dean and full time professor at INCAE Business School Alajuela
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Abstract

This paper explores the conceptual differences between the GICA-Justicia Project initiative and other available models, process performance guidelines, and tools. Comparison was basically carried out through a review of specialized literature, papers, and reports; semi-structured interviews and focus groups with experts in the judicial quality assurance field from different countries; and applying the authors’ experience as technical counterparts in the GICA-Justicia Project (co-authoring a Quality Management Standard and training/auditing during the Quality Management System deployment and accreditation stages).  The paper is meant to unveil how the GICA-Justicia Quality Management Model and the GICA-Justicia Quality Management Standard, as  GICA-Justicia Project by-products, combine to create an innovative process performance approach to quality assurance in judicial environments.

DOI: http://doi.org/10.18352/ijca.16
How to Cite: Murillo, R. & Zuniga, R., (2013). Could Innovation also Emerge from the Public Sector? Creating an ISO-like Judiciary Quality Management Standard.. International Journal for Court Administration. 5(2), pp.10–30. DOI: http://doi.org/10.18352/ijca.16
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Published on 31 Oct 2013.
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