We're delighted to offer an encore conversation about remote training and training best practices. This year has challenged us to rethink our training procedures for quality management. Timothy Reinhardt and Mike Kent will guide the discussion in Decemeber's Quality Leaders Forum to focus on frameworks for training beyond checking the box and how we can create engaging effective remote training opportunities.
ZenQMS was developed by our founders with deep expertise in CMO/CRO and clinical IVRS. Our creators were users and that's key to our (not so) secret sauce. Over the years, the ZenQMS community has been integral to iterating and innovating on our design. Now, we're creating a formalized feedback system where you can check out what's on deck and also add new ideas. Please note that this event is for current ZenQMS customers.
2020 brought a lot of pivots and changes, so we're starting off 2021 with the Change Control module. Learn how we use change control at ZenQMS for everything from process change to onboarding/access control. We'll pre-populate your sandbox with our template so you can experiment.
This event is for current ZenQMS customers. Registration coming soon.
This year has challenged us to rethink our training procedures for quality management. Timothy Reinhardt and Mike Kent will guide the discussion in November's Quality Leaders Forum to focus on frameworks for training beyond checking the box and how we can create engaging effective remote training opportunities.
When you think of Issues, CAPAs, deviations, customer complaints, and even department-specific issues may come to mind. What you may not know is that ZenQMS can be configured for each of those and more. In this session, you'll learn how to customize the Issues module and try it out for yourself with a template that will be in your sandbox. Please note: This event is for current ZenQMS customers and we will add a template in your sandbox when you register.
A 30-minute interactive forum led by Steve Diedrich to explore why we should be playing an infinite game when it comes to quality management. Discussion topics include: a quick review of Simon Sinek's "Infinite Game" framework and how it applies to quality; aligning quality metrics with business objectives; and actionable next steps for quick wins and longer-term gains.Related resources