When there is a need to make some change to an environment and/or resolve a problem, we must think about a project that could implement the necessary change and address the problem. But we can’t just run our project without proper justification. Justifying the project is a great mechanism to confirm that our project really addresses the need and paves the way for improvement. It helps us assure interested parties or stakeholders that the project implements a particular solution to the problem and explains why this solution is best, as compared to other alternative solutions.But how do we do a project justification? In this webinar, you will learn about analyses which are regarded as compliant and convenient ways to justify and confirm projects such as Change Controls, Risk Assessments, Validations, and Investigations.
As regulations change and become more stringent, one aspect of compliance has not changed, and that is ensuring changes, deviations, validations and risk assessments are done properly and have a proper justification and rationale. It is easy to document what process has been performed, what has been investigated or changed or why something is a risk, but the difficult part is knowing how to explain or justify why it should be done or why a product should be released or rejected as a result. In this webcast, you will learn efficient and complaint ways to justify the validations, changes or deviations in a manner that will explicitly demonstrate to the reader why the process was performed the way it was.