Do you know someone tasked to write a quality report, and it seems to take months? Are you frustrated because the approval process is aggravating and unending? If you review or approve CAPA reports, other quality documents, engineering studies, scientific reports – or you write them – this presentation will help you reduce your time and aggravation. You’ll find out what goes into effective content decisions, how to organize documents from the reader’s point of view, where to put findings, conclusions and main points, what you need to make the document easier to read and understand, why formatting matters, and how a good checklist can speed both editing and approval.
This presentation is for anyone who creates or approves quality records or reports that support quality decisions. In fact, this is a presentation for anyone whose job involves in business writing. After implementing the practices proposed in this presentation, you will author and approve your documentation with greater ease and feel confident in the quality of your finished product.
MJ Brenne is Chief Information Improvement Officer at Writing & Speaking for Quality. In this role, she specializes in client-focused and training-ready programs to develop strategic communications skills in executives, engineers, scientists and Quality professionals. The workshops she leads teach writers how to improve the structure, content and readability of technical documents and presentations. This in turn, improves client productivity so that teams and managers make better decisions, faster. She works with global-sized companies in IT, pharmaceutical and other health-related fields.
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