Building a Framework for Successful Change Management

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Wednesday, September 23, 2015
08:00 AM - 09:00 AM EDT
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Implementing transformational change is never easy. Many of the problems companies face when trying to implement a new system are due to lack of alignment and unclear expectations. 

The increasingly sophisticated instrumentation and software environments that support today’s labs make understanding business processes and user experience more important than ever.

This discussion, the second of a three-part series, will be around IDBS's learnings about how to successfully manage change and deliver real value through a process and user-centric approach. 

By attending this webinar you will:

  • Gain Insight into methodologies for successful project implementation 
  • Learn how to improve user engagement and user adoption.
  • Understand how to use business process mapping to understand and prioritise user requirements

Who should attend: 

Decision makers within the fields of: R&D, lab compliance, bioinformatics, lab informatics, quality assurance, R&D informatics, research scientists, Global ELN projects.  


When:

08:00 AM EST / 1:00PM GMT


The IDBS Series: 

This three part webinar series will witness IDBS explain high level end-to-end coverage and then drill down to specific domains.







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Presenter:

Claire Hill
Business Consulting Team Lead

Claire is responsible for Business Consulting services to ensure customers realize the full benefit and transformational impact of IDBS' solutions. Before starting this role Claire worked as a Lead Consultant where she led the implementation of multiple data and workflow management systems including IDBS’ Bioprocess Execution System.   

Claire joined IDBS in 2011 after 5 years as a bioprocess engineering consultant for BioPharm Services and previously worked as a financial analyst for IBM and senior programmer for Travelers. Claire has an MBA from the University of Notre Dame and an MSc in Biochemical Engineering from UCL.