There can be a need for numerous product change requests in the product development lifecycle. This is where the concept of living records comes from.
So, living records are basically a set of information that continues to develop in a process. Living documents are ever-changing and updating on a regular basis in the development cycle. But then, what does that look like in a quality system?
The 3 examples of living records in a quality system are Product/Project Plans, Requirements Traceability Matrix, and Product Risk Matrix.
In this video whitepaper, we talk about:
- Quality systems – product changes
- Living records
- How the design process changes with living records