Monthly Archives: August 2012

Managing Serialisation 9 – Where to start

It is highly likely that one or more parts of your organisation are already working on this issue, perhaps in a coordinated way, perhaps not. Initially, we would recommend continuing this work until the appropriate course of action has been … Continue reading

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Excellent Packaging Artwork Capabilities 9 – Leadership and Governance

Given the cross-functional and cross-organisational nature of the artwork capability, establishing the right inclusive leadership and governance is key to the long-term success of the capability. All stakeholder groups involved in the delivery of the artwork capability need to contribute … Continue reading

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Managing Serialisation 8 – What needs to be done

Companies are faced with several specific issues when managing serialisation related legislation, these include: Identifying and interpreting the emerging and evolving legislation. Serialisation legislation, particularly in its early iterations, tends to be somewhat vague, incomplete and sometimes contradictory. Interpreting the … Continue reading

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Managing clinical trials artwork 2: opportunities to leverage the commercial artwork process

In the previous article on this topic, I discussed some key considerations in the development of an artwork process to support clinical trials . The clinical trials artwork process needs to deliver accurate and repeatable artwork in a fast changing … Continue reading

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Managing Serialisation 7 – Impacts of Serialisation

Serialisation legislation will require new capabilities to be implemented across many different functions of a typical company. The more obvious impacts include: Packaging operations, where serialisation will have to be applied to product packaging at one or more levels. In … Continue reading

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