This is something I tend to be weak on when it comes to answering in an interview (it does not come up much). Hence this post to begin to get things ticking over in my brain.
Continuous improvement (CI) is something I’ve routinely done as I’ve updated documents, mapped business processes or followed procedures. I’ve not followed any official 6 sigma methodology (also known as Lean, Agile, Kaizen) as such, though I have the basics if this in my survival kit and ask why 5 times.
Ask Why 5 Times – pinned to the wall of my cubicle/office
CI is a method for identifying opportunities for streamlining work and reducing waste. Continue reading →
What follows will form part of a post tentatively titled “GMP Technical Writing”. The larger post will incorporate aspects of Writing Technical Reports and The Need for Documentation and detail the hierarchy of documents within a Quality Management System, what information goes where and how to conduct business process mapping. I’m tossing up on whether to present this as a series of posts or as some sort of presentation style document (pdf or Powerpoint). Continue reading →
Last year I attended an interview for a technical writer role. Nothing came of it. As part of the application process, I was tasked with taking a provided “document” and rewriting it into something suitable for a scientific environment. I retain the copyright to this rewritten instruction.
Here is the before version: Continue reading →