Hello all. I am relatively new and was unexpectedly thrust into a QA Manager role a few years ago at a food manufacturing plant. I was forced to learn all the responsibilities of food safety, regulatory and customer quality with no experience. I have done pretty well figuring things out, but I need more development. I feel like I do well building teams and having a positive impact on culture. But I'd like to get a better grip on identifying value-adding quality initiatives in the plant. What kind of projects are you guys working on or have you identified in your respective plants that are value added? Thanks.