Posted a new page about gap analysis templates and how this feature has been implemented in the GA Lab
Month: December 2016
GA Lab for engineering and design gap analysis
Gap analysis is a pretty simple exercise and in many cases it can be described as comparing a real apple to an ideal apple.
It is worth mentioning that this must always be “apple-to-apple” comparison.
In technical terms gap analysis is the process of comparing a real state of equipment/facility/process/product to the commonly accepted Standard. Continue reading “GA Lab for engineering and design gap analysis”
Compliance management example process overview
This is a general overview of the compliance management. It consists of the 3 main steps and includes all the essential elements of the process.
Papers and slides about gap analysis
Interesting collection of papers and slides about gap analysis on Slideshare.net
Two (of many more) examples of where GA Lab can be applied
What is GA Lab
Short video showing how gap analysis is done with the GA Lab engine
Gap analysis – Wikipedia
One and only Wikipedia describes gap analysis – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gap_analysis
Story about creation of the GA Lab (from author)
Throughout my engineering career I’ve often been involved in gap analysis. I hated this exercise because in many cases it was painful and required a lot of non-productive work, like searching for key requirements within a document to highlight those for analysis and keeping record of gaps, findings, comments etc.
Methodology for Gap Analysis and Compliance Management
We would like to share our methodology for Gap Analysis and Compliance Management.
This methodology has been developed based on practical experience and research to make the gap analysis process uniform and applicable for a wide range of industries and organisations of any scale across the globe. Continue reading “Methodology for Gap Analysis and Compliance Management”