Voice from the Trenches / November 9, 2015
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It’s OK to admit that you’re not using a Go/No Go Form. I promise, you’re not alone. But if you’d like to implement a more formalized Go/No Go process, then creating a form is a great starting point.
I was updating my firm’s QMS Manual and came across an old Go/No Go form that was once (presumably) in use. I’ve never seen the form and no one at my firm ever mentioned the form to me; probably because it was 5 pages long and they were terrified I’d ask them to use it.
However, seeing this form reminded me that implementing a more formalized Go/No Go process should make it’s way off my to-do list and into practice. A few hours later, I had a thoughtfully crafted form unique to my firm’s marketing strategy.
Not sure where to start? Follow these tips: