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Drug Shortages and Risk Management Plans

Drug Shortages and Risk Management Plans

Supply chain issues are occurring all around the country which includes drug shortages. Drug shortages are considered a public health threat as they can delay and deny critically needed care for patients. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has pushed for fewer drug shortages and short lead times for the past decade.
ISO 9001: An Overview

ISO 9001: An Overview

ISO 9001 is the international standard that specifies requirements for a quality management system (QMS) and is used to ensure that products and services meet quality and customer requirements. It is the most practiced standard in the ISO 9000 series. The first version of ISO 9001 was published in 1987 by the International Organization for Standardization with the most current version being released in September 2015.
Why Should Managers Study Human Perception?

Why Should Managers Study Human Perception?

“Perceptions are shaped by past experiences, culture, attitude, values, upbringing, and more. Once you have formed this perception, it might be difficult for you to change your mind about your coworker even if he performs well”. This quote provides a great example of why it is so important for managers to study human perception. We all have internal biases. When we transition into the corporate world, we bring those biases with us. Additionally, stereotypes, selective attention, halo effect primacy effect, recency effect, contrast effect, projecting and self-fulfilling prophecy are just some examples of common perceptual distortions that if a manager is not aware of with their employees can have negative effects on both the work environment, as well as the productivity and profitability of a company.

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