The most important thing companies need to drive change, improvement and innovation is good, quality data. Good, quality data comes from what your users enter into your Quality Management System. What drives good data is standardizing what users enter into your system.
Standardization is even more important when you have multiple locations sometimes spanning the globe because having multiple locations requires performing analysis at both the corporate level as well as within each location, business unit or department.
Whether you are implementing a QMS for the first time or moving to a new QMS or have been tasked with incorporating a new acquisition into your organization, standardization is critical for success.
- What standardization means
- What happens if you don’t standardize
- How standardization benefits your organization
- How to approach standardization in your Quality Management System