RBQM Podcast Series | Episode 2: Cultivating Risk-based Behaviors

As risk-based quality management (RBQM) practices become a requirement of global regulators, industry adoption will require end-to-end organizational change.

In this second episode of our RBQM series, Amy Kissam-Sands, Senior Vice President of Clinical Operations, Dr. Kristin Murphy, Senior Director and Global Head of the Change and Adoption Center of Excellence, and Amy Adams, Senior Director of Clinical Operations, discuss the key questions and practices that form a robust change management strategy that impacts behavior from the organizational level down to the individual.

Check out other episodes in our RBQM podcast series:

Episode 1: RBQM Podcast Series: Getting it Right Upfront - Managing Study Risk from End-to-End

Episode 3: Staying within the Guardrails: How to Push the Boundaries in a Highly Regulated Industry

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