ASQ San Antonio November 2019 Meeting: "Using Document Lifecycles to Assist in Managing Development Projects"
6:00pm – 6:15pm Networking (refreshments and snacks)
6:15pm – 6:45pm Tutorial Session – “TBA”
6:50pm – 8:00pm Keynote Presentation – “Using Document Lifecycles to Assist in Managing Development Projects”
John M. Simonick
"Using Document Lifecycles to Assist in Managing Development Projects"
Abstract: Moving a product through the development phase into the commercial phase can be driven by leveraging a common company process. Throughout the product lifecycle, many documents are generated. Document Tracking can serve as a project management tool that will minimize dependence on human memory and provide a view into future project steps. This can be a valuable tool to a certified PMP (Project Management Professional).
- Learn how to actively drive development projects through the document management process
- Explore how to integrate documents as milestones into a simple project plan
- Convert sequential tasks into concurrent tasks to shorten the overall timeline
- Change reactivity into proactivity
Keynote Speaker Bio
John M. Simonick, Pharmaceutical Quality Professional, currently Vice President of QA/QC at Mission Pharmacal
John M. Simonick has over three decades of experience in pharmaceutical quality and manufacturing. He has worked primarily in quality and is experienced in most drug dosage forms and consumer products and cosmetics.
In each company that Simonick has worked for he has built, mentored and honed teams to simultaneously apply productivity and efficiency to specific company challenges and to quality systems in general. The results included creative yet compliant solutions.
Simonick spent 10 years volunteering for Gold Wing Road Riders Association. In the organization’s Leadership Training Division he presented courses on the functions and processes of the organization as well as soft skill courses in the areas of communication, team building and leadership.
To balance out his work life, Simonick is an avid bowler and a musician, having played bass guitar in several local bands over the years.
San Antonio, TX 78213