It’s that time of year when the notebooks come out and those high achievers put pen to paper to write out their personal 2020 New Year's Resolutions. Exercise more. Eat Healthier. Learn a new language or instrument.
The list goes on...
But what about bringing some of those resolutions into the workplace?
In homage to the new year, we’ve put together a trial master file checklist of 20 New Year’s Resolutions to unleash your team's full potential (as 2,020 items would have been a little much). From improved oversight, to active management, to better electronic TMF implementation - pick out a few actionable resolutions you feel are missing in your organization and ring in the New Year with a confident team and a concrete plan.
Let's Make 2020 the Best Yet!
Do these Trial Master File checklist resolutions ring true to you and your team? Note them down, stick them to the office fridge, share this link with your colleagues, and address these action items in your upcoming team meeting. These are goals that everyone working in clinical research can get behind and rally around!
To meet growing needs, goals and expectations life science organizations need systems that reflect industry trends, can adapt to regulations, and simplify processes without compromising functionality. Montrium’s eTMF Connect is a modern solution for clinical research projects that has been completely re-engineered with the end-user in mind – to help you tick off these resolution goals faster than any other application out there.
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