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Applying the power of human performance to documentation for successful outcomes

This paper outlines the application of human performance principles to document design and provides guidance for how to implement this in a biopharmaceutical manufacturing environment, with proven results. A more effective system for creating and revising documents—specifically, one that is
aligned with human performance principles—leads to reduced time spent revising documents, improved training and performance, and fewer deviations and CAPAs. By investing the time to understand how work is done and creating documents that align with the needs of the end-user and the realities of how work is performed, we can harness the reliability and promise of a learning organization that is steeped in the principles of human performance.

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Human performance (HuP): Guide to implementing and maintaining a leader observation and coaching program

A well established Human Performance program will significantly reduce failures and deviations in any biomanufacturer’s operation. Critical to this is the creation of a culture where leaders partner with workers to learn about what enables success and what creates challenges. This learning is most effectively done through first-hand observation, active listening and ensuring candid discussions about systems’ issues related to risk. Written by BioPhorum’s Human Performance Workstream, this guide details how to implement and maintain a leader observation and coaching program, what such a program entails, the expected benefits, the expectations for leaders and a suggested implementation plan.

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Human performance (HuP): Training for biotech manufacturing operator competence

For decades, the biopharmaceutical industry has trained its workforce with a ‘read and understand’ approach. This approach is outdated and ineffective at delivering effective learning and competent staff. This ‘Training for competence’ guidance enables companies to understand how their organisation compares to their peers, and to identify what ‘best in class’ looks like for operator training, and will help to identify how to implement this approach across their networks

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