You should not be like this guy >>>>
An operation may appear to be running fine on the surface and the owner/manager may choose to argue that "the operation is running fine, thank you”. This person may ignore the signs of possible failure, especially where such signs are not addressed by the generic audit scheme used for assessing the effectiveness and reliability of implemented programs and control measures. Where certificates of "compliance" are issued to augment the bragging rights of the "Doing Just Fine " operator, the signs of failure may even become further obscured by the ensuing celebrations.
This is what the "just comply and be certified" economy does to the human mind. If, by simply following a set of rules, a certificate is earned that gives the compliance-focused operator bragging rights, the operator is lulled into resting satisfied. He or she no longer feels the need to solve real problems that require "too much thinking". Compliance-focused systems lead compliance-focused operators to neglect their responsibility to think.