A Director of Corporate Compliance sought to improve his team’s reporting process and address the team’s skill set disparity by leveraging knowledge, experience and technology.
A seasoned auditor himself, the Director of Corporate Compliance for an innovative biotechnology company faced a challenge; looking at the calendar, he could see that the quantity of audits scheduled would stretch his team. He needed to improve his audit team’s efficiency, decrease the dependency on management to ensure that reports met standards and address experience gaps across the team. Continue reading
Two international biotech companies leveraged each others successful audit management experiences to improve their own. Audit readiness became an important focus for the Quality department of a multi-national vaccines and diagnostics company.
Crucial to their audit readiness plan was leveraging technology for audit preparedness. In analyzing their current processes and systems employed, the QA Director became aware that their current audit readiness plan, a paper-based system for managing regulatory and internal audits and an online chat system, was time consuming, inefficient and unproductive. Without an improvement in the information flow, they would continue to be dependent on skilled, valuable people to orchestrate the process.