Mini Symposium: Process Management – What’s been achieved & what’s coming?
07:00 am > 08:30 am UTC-06:00
Click to join a few minutes before the event begins – https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86035882751
Watch the recording
- Arlo Thompson – Process improvement and transformation of breeding – a perspective
- Charlotte Lusty – The adoption of a quality management system by Genebanks
- Sarah Hearne – Updates from the product development process team
- Gustavo Teixeira – Process Management – Quality Management System
About the webinar
To achieve high rates of genetic gain, it is crucial to maintain good data quality. Standardized processes are essential for ensuring repeatability and consistency in delivering this data. For breeding programs, the Accelerated Breeding and Breeding Resources Initiatives have collaborated to implement a quality management system (QMS) – a structured framework and set of procedures and processes to ensure that services meet specified quality standards.
This mini symposium aims to highlight achievements and provide a forum to discuss future steps towards the implementation of quality assurance within the CGIAR breeding community.
The webinar aims to assist participants in the following:
- Understanding the significance of standardized processes.
- Gaining insights into the efforts of CGIAR Genetic Innovation Initiatives in establishing the Quality Management System, understanding achievements to date, and exploring future steps.
- Engaging in the development and/or implementation of standardized processes.
|Short introduction and welcome to the event
|Sharifah Syed Alwee, Senior Director, Integrated Breeding and Research Services
|Process Improvement and Transformation of Breeding: a perspective
|Arlo Thompson, External Consultant for the private sector
|The adoption of a quality management system by Genebanks
|Charlotte Lusty, Senior Director, Genebanks
|BRI and ABI progress to date on quality management systems for breeding programs
|Gustavo Teixeira, Engineering, Automation and Mechanization Specialist and Sarah Hearne, Lead, Accelerated Breeding Initiative’s ReOrganize and Discover WP Lead