Project Management for Auditors â€“ Improving audit productivity for GCP, GMP and GLP (Clinical Training)
Venue: Online Event
|Event Date/Time: Jul 17, 2012||End Date/Time: Jul 17, 2012|
Auditing is essential to ensuring quality assurance of drug development. Each audit has a degree of complexity which needs effective project management. With ever increasing pressures to complete the audit promptly and to the appropriate quality standard, the effective use of project management can provide essential tools and techniques to achieve this. Indeed effective project management can be a key factor to successful completion of efficient auditing.
This presentation will provide you with an excellent understanding of project management skills, to apply to auditing in all GXP areas. You will be provided with an integrated project tool kit which can easily be used with your existing or future project management tools used for auditing. This tool kit has been used to significantly improve the successful completion of auditing on time to the right quality standard in many pharmaceutical organisations. The presentation will show you how to use these project management skills to gain the most benefit from them in your auditing activities.
We will discuss the basics of project management, including how you can achieve improved, resource utilization, and more timely audit conclusions of your auditing. You will then apply these techniques to improving productivity in the audit process. Using audit-specific examples, you will learn project planning, scheduling, control, and decision support concepts and methodologies -- the basics of project management. The techniques outlined in this session will significantly improve your productivity in planning and managing all audit projects.
Areas Covered in the Seminar:
- What is a Project Management framework for auditing?
- What are the benefits and relevance of project management to audit?
- Key principles of project management applied to auditing
- key project management definitions relevant to audit
- Defining project scope and requirements for an audit project
- Developing the Project Work Plan for an audit
- Defining activity dependencies and creating network diagrams for an audit
- Producing a project plan for an audit
- Monitoring and controlling audit projects
- Closing the audit project