The MOMi Guides are being delivered but with both good and bad news. The good news – MES is available, today. The bad news – LIMS is not.
Just two posts ago, I wrote about the fact that the “Out on a LIMS ®” blog would be going away, soon. As it turns out, it’s moving, instead.
In a previous post, I gave an overview of the upcoming MOMi (Manufacturing Operations Management Institute) guide plus gave the first example, of configuration. Now, learn about Typology.
The actual web-site and trademark from the “Out on a LIMS ®” blog will be going away within a few days. That is not actually THIS blog.
My final activity in this blog is to discuss the MOMi (Manufacturing Operations Management Institute) Guide, covering configurability, first.
The strangest part of my employment transition isn’t my new environment – it’s getting other people to accept my transition.
This is almost the last post for this blog. There will be at least one more post past this. Read more to find out the details.
The LIMS Sunk Cost Fallacy is the misconception that, because you already invested a lot, that you should invest yet more. It’s the gambler’s mindset.
A LIMS and Artificial Intelligence (AI) have similar issues in their implementation. It comes down to the issues we have with implementing any software.
What do you do if you’re suddenly faced at a lack of LIMS resources? Is there a way to have a LIMS resource plan B that works for you?