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Overcoming the challenges of a fragmented quality management system
In the average workday and particularly when many have been working from home, a digital workplace (intranet, team sites, Excel, file shares, calendars, etc.) offers a way to collaborate, communicate, share documents, and effectively produce general information.
Unlocking your company’s know-how with an eQMS
Using office applications (intranet, team sites, Excel, file shares, SharePoint, Cloud storage) combined with traditional paper documents as their quality management system (QMS), life science companies quickly realize the shortcomings of maintaining it. It can be an organizational headache that gives your company and colleagues little room to focus on anything else or innovate. But there are other ways of working!
Continuous improvements - how to achieve long-term success
Establishing a long-term approach to working with business improvements may be one of the best investments an organization can make. Society is currently undergoing a digital transformation that forces organizations to adapt to new ways of working and serving their customers.
A systematic approach to information security
As the trend toward digitization continues, organizations today process data in ever increasing volumes. While the advantages of digitization are many, the threat landscape and information security requirements have both increased – requiring organizations to take a holistic approach in this field.
Do you have to put out fires in your business?
Are you drumming up business and putting out fires all day? Do you feel that you aren’t making any progress, but taking two steps back for every step forward? Do you change directions after each customer meeting? Should you bid on every possible deal, regardless of how relevant it is to your business? Unfortunately, situations like these are not at all rare.
Get the most out of your management system
Five ways to waste less time
People do not always do what you tell them to. This is a fact both in the family as well as in many organizations. A lot of the time, it has nothing to do with unwillingness, or the effort it takes to do the chore. Many of us recognize this from our own experience. So what else can be the underlying cause of these behaviors?