There is nothing that could be more exciting and fulfilling than being part of a dynamic training group that equips its organization to be a finely tuned work force of scholars that embrace GMPs as a business enabler.
Unfortunately, rather than a graduate education in the pharmaceutics of regulations, our best and brightest are subjected to a mind-dulling deck of tired old PowerPoint slides.
Frankly, the problem is endemic and here's why:
10. Measurable improvement in skills and knowledge is not rewarded. We reward what we value, and training isn't it.
So, class, here's your assignment:
Turn each of these negative statements into a positive one. Then perform a self assessment of your organization against these statements.
Don't be defeated if the results are pathetic. You are in good company. It's all about what you do with the information starting right now.
Turn these into vision statements. Discuss the practical, measurable steps you can take to improve the relevance of your GMP training.
Keep it going, and watch amazing things happen!
The QA Pharm