Incorporating GxPs to Your Company's DNA [Troy Fugate]
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In this podcast episode, our guest is Troy Fugate, a pharma industry and GMP veteran with 30+ years of experience in the field. Now, he is the Vice President at Compliance Insight, Inc. They help businesses overseen by the FDA navigate the regulatory process, achieve compliance, and develop best practices for manufacturing innovative drugs, medical devices, and biologics. Troy believes that the single most challenging issue leaders face is incorporating GMPs into their company culture. The leaders don't know how to blend GMPs into their mission and vision with the right passion. Only then can employees see the whole vision and understand the "Why". Not just to do things because "it's required by the GMPs" but to see the value in those actions. Listening to the podcast or watching the clip, you will learn: How to establish a unified quality mission across a pharma organization Why some people see GxP as a hurdle, and how to change that Why using KPIs wrong can cost you your best employees How to Deliver Effective and Measurable GMP training ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Watch or read the full podcast and read the article at ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ This episode is Sponsored by Dot Compliance, the industry’s first ready-to-use Quality Management Solution powered by the SalesForce platform. Implementation of a new eQMS has never been quicker nor easier. #Pharma #GMP #Pharmaceutical #Pharmaceuticalmanufacturing
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