“Project management is part of our lives … That’s why I’m here.”
Impressions from the awarding ceremony of the “Women in Best Practices” funding program 2018 in Frankfurt am Main.
As part of the BPUG Congress, which took place on 16th November 2018 in Frankfurt am Main at the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, we welcomed and congratulated this year’s participant of the “Women in Best Practices” funding program, Ms. Mine Barlan. Ms. Barlan told the audience about her motivation to participate in the program and thanked the cooperation partners and founders of the funding program, IM&PS Information Management & Project Services (IM&PS) and “Best Practice User Group Germany e.V. (BPUG e.V.)” for the invitation.
Ms. Barlan currently lives and works in Istanbul and is a female expert for regulatory affairs in pharmaceuticals a branch where the observance of standards is critical for running a business that finally decides about the health and well-being of millions of people around the world. She worked for internationally renowned companies like Zentiva, Sanofi and Novartis and says that best practices in pharmaceutical industry help to ensure quality outcomes while increasing efficiency and improving pharmaceuticals profitability. Pharmaceutical best practices cover everything from medication safety and patient communication & safety to pharmacy management and marketing as well managing projects for the implementation of new standards and controls.
“Although the pharmaceutical industry is already heavily regulated, we continue to search for innovation, intelligent solutions and best practices. We need them every step of the way. From the introduction of new regulations to patient safety, from drug safety monitoring to patient communication, from new treatment technologies to reducing operating costs, as well as key performance indicators for production and quality. Project management has been part of our lives for a long time, but it is still evolving. I think we have much to discuss and improve. That’s why I’m here.”
“Women in Best Practices” was launched in 2017 by Stefanie Eilhardt (IM&PS) and is a program to promote women’s career development and education in standards and best practices.
Stefanie Eilhardt is Business Information Manager and works as an independent consultant and project manager in information management. Ms. Eilhardt is the owner of IM & PS Information Management & Project Services and a member of the board of the Best Practice User Group Germany e.V.
Copy right: photo Guenter Weber