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Essential Simplification Resources

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Like NSF, you recognize the importance and benefits of simplifying pharmaceutical operations. Take advantage of these resources including a self-assessment questionnaire to help you move from complex to simple. Make sure to share with your colleagues.

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White Paper: Are You Facing a Complexity Crisis?

Webinar: Implementing a Simplification Strategy

Video: How to Jumpstart Your Pharma Business by Simplifying Processes

Video: Fix SOP Complexity

Are You Facing a Complexity Crisis?

Martin Lush explains the costs of over-complexity and the true root causes. It also includes a self-assessment questionnaire for you to discuss at your next team meeting.

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Implementing a Simplification Strategy

This webinar from Jim Morris reviews three essential simplification strategies that site leadership and unit operations managers can pursue.

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How to Jumpstart Your Pharma Business by Simplifying Processes

Making processes simple underpins GMP compliance as complexity is the catalyst for error and deviation. John Johnson shares how we use simple processes and a course toolkit to enable your team to begin the process of refinement, clarification and error proofing.

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Fix SOP Complexity

In this short video, Martin gives his insight into how much detail we should put in a SOP to avoid overload, explaining what you should leave in and what to take out.

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A Beginner’s Guide To Quality Risk Management (QRM)  

The pharmaceutical industry approach to assessing and controlling quality risks has largely been empirical. This is often fine but in more complex or hazardous situations, the pharmaceutical industry could benefit from a number of very helpful tools and techniques. 

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