No business expected or could have adequately prepared for the current Covid-19 pandemic. The scale of the crisis is unprecedented in modern times. Even so, some business were still better able to handle the crisis.
More often than not this is because they had enumerated possible risks to their business, and created a high preparedness plan…
According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), foodborne diseases cause approximately 76 million illnesses, 325,000 hospitalizations, and 5,000 deaths in the US each year. It is critical that you safeguard…
My father used to always tell me: build your first house and destroy it, then build your second house and sell it, and finally live in your third house. There is a lot of wisdom in these words because people tend to make a lot of mistakes when they build something for the first time.
The same is applicable for implementing a CAPA (Corrective and Preventive Action) module for the first time, in this article I will highlight the most important things to consider to build a CAPA that lasts
To achieve continued success, organizations must continuously improve, by listening to their customers, and considering their current satisfaction and future needs. Getting this feedback is not only recommended but a primary principal of most quality management standards.
Regardless of your software release process or the regulations your business must comply with, using separate stages (environments) to organize your system at each step of the process is a critical part of CM. We will start with an example of a typical multi-stage setup, then explain why stages are important, list the most common issues, and finally how we address them.