How to Maximize Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Quality From Your Employees

Posted by David Watt

In pharmaceutical manufacturing, a number of measurable factors affect quality. An organization can invest in state-of-the-art facilities, robust operating procedures and a sophisticated IT infrastructure, but it should also keep in mind that employees’ roles, responsibilities and the organizational structure play a large part in manufacturing success.

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Topics: quality, Corporate Culture, pharmaceutical manufacturing, employee retention

How to Use Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Metrics to Measure Quality

Posted by David Watt

In drug product manufacturing, quality is everything. Inconsistent quality can result in manufacturing delays, additional costs and a shortage of available products. Preventing and swiftly resolving any issues will benefit many stakeholders — including the client, the manufacturer and, ultimately, the end user of these products.

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Topics: quality, key performance indicators, best practices, metrics, compliance

Creating a Culture of “Quality Beyond Compliance”

Posted by Anelis Aurand-Araos

If your job is to develop and produce medicines to prevent disease and mitigate suffering around the world, quality is the guiding principle of your business model.

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Topics: quality, Corporate Culture