There should be a strong presence of culture awareness in quality within every regulated company even in the absence of a quality professional’s presence.
An excellence-led quality culture (Q-Culture) is, of course, fundamental in making a product that’s safe and effective in order to improve patient lives. It is also important to have in order to standardize and maintain consistency and retain a prouder and more fulfilled team. If your organization always has that in mind, odds are you already have a strong quality culture.
But if not, then there is a chance that your organization has anchored a compliance-led Q-Culture? This can lead to silo thinking, reactionary type behavior. It puts quality professionals (QuPs) in the center of establishing and following a Q-Culture in which rest of the organization sits on the side-lines and tends to keep out of it.
In any organization, Q-Culture should always be SHARED RESPONSIBILITY. There is no doubt about that.
Leaders must not only establish this direction (i.e., creating the way, definitions, frameworks, and implementations), but also BE the direction (i.e., Courageous, Put their money where quality is, Trustworthy, Supporting, Empowering)
In this course, Leaders will be introduced to:
What Is Q-Culture?
Exercises on defining Q-CULTURE for your Organization
Before you Improve the Q- Culture Pillars (framework)
This lesson is 60% theoretical and 40% practical (Working groups assigned).
*QuPs stand for all Quality Assurance & Compliance Professionals (from new to principal specialists/experts & middle management)
*** Attendees will send in a max of 3 challenges that have been a struggle at their facilities in which they would like to find a way to improve during the group exercise part of the course. Late submittals may have to wait until the course to present their challenges (if there is time to cover).
This lesson is 65% theoretical and 35% practical (Working groups assigned).
By the end of the 1.5 day course, attendees will understand their role in Q-Culture, and be able to spot the areas in which improvement should be investigated further. There will be workable behavioral strategies/models that could be taken back to implement for reestablishing a culture in which the organization stives for more excellence-led vs compliance-led.
This course is intended for:
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