Laboratory Managers are frequently overwhelmed with the amount of work they need to complete. Especially in a Quality Control laboratory, where turnaround times are crucial, routine operations continually takes priority, but what if
Managing workload can be challenging, especially when you have tight deadlines. In this blog, we share with you some tips and tricks of the trade to make it easier on you.
This was my first time at Lab Innovations as an exhibitor and it was great to see so many people from the scientific community and familiar faces in one place. Lab Innovations consistently provides us
Audit trails are a common LIMS feature required for regulated laboratories, but they are generally a useful tool for any laboratory – regulated or not. For those of you who are new to LIMS,
When you’re working in a fast-paced environment such as a laboratory, you might not have the time to implement improved ways of working. You may be using an existing LIMS, and are used to the workarounds and quirks of the system.
Last week we issued our blog on the Do's of LIMS Project Management, and now that you're familiar with best practice, you can find here what we highlighted as NOT to do when managing a LIMS project.
Assign roles and responsibilities
Identifying the project team and its responsibilities, from Key Stakeholders to Ancillary Team Members, is one of the first steps in a project’s life. As a Project Manager you may need assistance from the Project Sponsor in identifying the appropriate personnel, and creation of a Stakeholder map may be useful.
Last week we participated in the Broughton Hall Sporting Championships to help raise funds for a local charity SELFA. Skipton Extended Learning for All (SELFA) is a community where vulnerable, disadvantaged and disabled children can experience happiness and belonging.