Regulatory Affairs

Teams deliver services

It’s a key principle in Binocs to define exactly what your internal or external customers can expect from your team. Teams execute and define submission strategies, do scientific writing, publish, perform regional regulatory operations, etc. By making your team’s service catalog, you express what kind of things the business can ask from your team in their demand. Believe us, a well-defined service catalog is a good start to publish and submit according to plan. And moreover, it aligns well for those who have” lean” ambitions.

Standardized work

Teams can easily model the typical things they do as standardized work by specifying:

  • Workload and lead-times
  • Preparation, set-up and execution activities
  • Rules to batch similar work and particular execution constraints (e.g. twice a week)

Defining standardized work is a common approach in Operational Excellence projects as a result of value stream mapping and touch time analysis.

Expertise as a service

Not every service can be standardized. Sometimes your internal or external customer will for example request a specific expertise during 2 months for 40 hours of work. In Binocs such services are called Expertise and are also part of the catalog.

Services are the basis for competence management

A competence matrix has on one dimension the team members and on the other dimension the services. Many teams maintain such a matrix. In Binocs this matrix gets an extra goal. It’s an essential tool to analyze your true team capacity and identify your competence bottlenecks.

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