Course Descriptor

In this course we examine how Stakeholder Engagement directly impacts Data Reliability and when badly managed leads to poor data outcomes. IT projects are extremely costly to your organisation therefore getting stakeholder engagement right also leads to better business outcomes, IT cost reductions, and improved data integrity.
Unfortunately, inspection observations continue to highlight how a lack of stakeholder engagement across an organisation will lead to a dis harmonised data integrity culture, and likely lead to disparate processes and poor management of data and systems.
Stakeholder meetings can be complex, with different priorities, SME knowledge,
levels of interaction with the application and influence. However, if the project is to be a success and data to be reliable all stakeholders need to be satisfied.

During the numerous stakeholder workshops you will:

  • gain confidence in the benefits of creativity and difference perspectives
  • learn the first steps to achieving Stakeholder Engagement
  • recognise and manage a group with inherent bias

To help improve stakeholder engagement you will also be presented with several examples of both good and bad stakeholder engagement, allowing you opportunities to work together in different stakeholder roles whilst applying innovative tools.

Data Reliability and Stakeholder Management in Collaboration with ERA Sciences

SKU: Introduction-to-Data-Reliability-and-Integrity-1-2-1 Category:

595.00

Dates:
  • 14/02/2023

    15 Places Remaining

Fee:
€595
Suitable for:

New to the organisation or requiring more advanced topic understanding in relation to GxP applications lifecycle management. QA, CSV, Manufacturing, IT

Who should attend

New to the organisation or requiring more advanced topic understanding in relation to GxP applications lifecycle management. QA, CSV, Manufacturing, IT

Learning outcomes

During the numerous stakeholder workshops you will:

  • gain confidence in the benefits of creativity and difference perspectives
  • learn the first steps to achieving Stakeholder Engagement
  • recognise and manage a group with inherent bias

To help improve stakeholder engagement you will also be presented with several examples of both good and bad stakeholder engagement, allowing you opportunities to work together in different stakeholder roles whilst applying innovative tools.

Assessment

There will be multiple test yourself opportunities and a short assessment to benchmark your learning.

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