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.
The Dont's of LIMS Project Management
The Do's of LIMS Project Management
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.
How Broughton Software Maintains ISO 9001:2015
This is Why It's Good Practice to Document User Requirements
What are they
User Requirements are a list of activities and functions which users of a software system would like to use or need to use in order
5 Steps to Successful Process Mapping
Process mapping involves a step by step walk through of existing (or proposed) activities considering inputs, outputs, decisions and possible sub processes on which the area of interest may be dependant. As such, process mapping is not only important for determining the scope of a LIMS project,