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Practical Insights and Tools for Change Management

We have established throughout this blog series that change is inevitable in any organization. Whether it’s implementing new technology, restructuring processes, or adapting to market trends, change is a constant force that requires effective management to ensure and sustain success. In our final blog, we’ll explore practical insights and summarize the key tools  Just in Time uses in their change management methodology, drawing from real-life applications and lessons learned from the field.   Practical Tools for Change Management Change management involves a structured approach to transitioning individuals, teams, and organizations


Overcoming Resistance and Engaging Stakeholders

Throughout this series we have established that change is inevitable in any organization striving for growth and adaptation. However, with change comes resistance, often stemming from uncertainty, fear, or a reluctance to stray from the familiar. As leaders and change agents, it is imperative to understand the dynamics of resistance and effectively engage stakeholders to ensure successful transitions. In this blog, we’ll explore the nuances of overcoming resistance and engaging stakeholders throughout the change process (not just at the end).   Understanding Resistance Resistance to change is a natural human


How a Strong Trial Master File Helps In Asset Divestitures

Considerations in acquisitions of pharma and biotech organizations and their assets are multifaceted and involve various factors, including financial, strategic, regulatory, and operational aspects. One often overlooked operational aspect is the Trial Master File (TMF). An organization that is looking to be acquired or have an asset acquired will add value by having well organized and complete TMFs to support their studies.  Conversely, an organization looking to acquire an asset or company, paying attention to the quality of the TMF should be considered a critical element of due diligence and


Navigating Change: The 3-Stage Change Management Process

Change is inevitable, especially in today’s fast-paced and dynamic world. Whether it’s implementing new technology or restructuring processes, organizations must effectively manage change to thrive and remain competitive. However, change can be disruptive and challenging to navigate without a clear strategy in place. This is where change management comes into play—a structured approach to transitioning individuals, teams, and organizations from their current state to a desired future state.   In this blog, we’ll explore Just in Time GCP’s 3-stage change management process, breaking down each stage, discussing key activities, challenges,


Understanding the Need for Change Management

In the clinical trial landscape, where innovation and adaptation are paramount, understanding the need for change management is crucial for success. Change management is a structured approach to transitioning individuals, teams, and organizations from their current state to a desired future state. It enables employees to effectively adopt and retain change.   Embracing change is imperative in clinical trials to enhance efficiency, comply with evolving regulations, and integrate innovative technologies. While, resisting change can lead to project delays, increased risk or costs, and may jeopardize the success of trials. This


Highlights from Barnett International’s “Good Clinical Practice A Question & Answer Reference Guide”

What is a Trial Master File (TMF)? The TMF is a standalone collection of records that tells the story of the clinical trial in its entirety.  It is composed of a set of records held by the sponsor organization and an investigator TMF held by the investigation/institution, often called the Investigator Site File (ISF).  Both the sponsor TMF and the investigator/site TMF are established at the start of the study.  It is important that the sponsor and investigator/institution TMFs are maintained separately and the institution/investigator should maintain control of their