Guest blog by Tim Lozier.
In most industries, businesses run the same way. You can either stick your head in the sand and pretend that everything is going fine, or you can stand up and take the feedback—whether positive or negative—and react to it. This is especially true with Quality Management Systems (QMS).
In today’s dynamic and demand-driven world, businesses are challenged with speeding their product-to-market strategies to remain competitive. In the pharmaceutical industry, regulatory and compliance pressure add another dimension to the QMS. Organizations want to bring their products to market quickly, but need to ensure quality and compliance standards are met—it’s a paradox of “hurry up, but take your time doing so.” Read more »