Hussain: Empowering Workers is the Key to Data Integrity
This article was originally published in The Gold Sheet
Why would pharmaceutical quality personnel fib about something like a batch test? Ajaz Hussain, the former FDA’er who helped launch the 21st Century Quality Paradigm, may have found the answer in the science of human behavioral economics.
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