The necessity and suggestions for current pharmaceutical enterprises to promote learning and development strategies
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In the broad field of life sciences, learning and development (L&D) is an important strategy for the growth of business/organizational partners, especially in enhancing their professional knowledge, skills, and management and organizational capabilities. Pharmaceutical companies generally hope to improve the skills of their employees, increase their development opportunities, and increase their awareness of organizational participation.
However, there is always a gap between ideals and reality. A survey of 1500 managers from 50 organizations showed that 75% of them were dissatisfied with their company's learning and development environment, and 70% of employees stated that they did not possess the skills required to complete their work. The problem is that training programs within organizations are often inefficient and unorganized. In addition, there is a serious gap in the learning of the subdivision of life sciences. Life sciences are highly technical in many fields, but most employees only focus on a few specialized areas through academic research. In addition, companies usually do not track and evaluate the effectiveness of training. McKinsey's research found that only 50% of organizations invest resources to track feedback from trainees on the effectiveness of training programs, and there are even fewer corresponding improvement measures taken for feedback from trainees... The effectiveness of training must be evaluated in some way and follow-up actions must be taken to continuously improve content and methods to meet the needs of trainees.
How to best provide an effective learning and development plan? To achieve the vision of learning and development strategy: to achieve the broad cross functional capabilities required for the success of life science organizations and leaders; Create an engaging immersive learning experience that motivates employees to embrace a growth mindset; Cultivate a culture of curiosity and continuous learning, where mistakes are seen as opportunities for growth, and feedback is seen as a valuable tool for improvement.

There are many technical fields that require education and training related to the field of life sciences. Increasing understanding of these fields is beneficial for the progress and improvement of any company's product line and overall business. However, finding learning solutions in this technological field is often a challenge, even an impossible task, and the cost can also be very high. Some examples of specific themes that life science employees at all levels should prioritize include:

Assuming you work for a biotechnology or pharmaceutical company and do not have a basic understanding of clinical research operations, such as clinical trial management. For every employee in the field of life sciences, this is a critical area that requires an understanding of the entire cycle of this function and its specific role in designing and executing clinical studies to achieve successful results.

If you are not in a scientific or development role, it is important to help employees understand the broader context of life science drug discovery and development, as it provides a thorough overview of the main functions of the business. Although each employee in the organization is a "screw" responsible for specific tasks, understanding the panoramic structure of overall drug development and the background of project initiation can provide better direction guidance and avoid many unexpected cognitive errors and low-level errors.

The basic requirements for learning successful IND, including best practice cases and common challenges, are an important area that needs to be understood, as without IND, many life science organizations (depending on their specific product strategies) cannot achieve commercialization before this critical milestone occurs.

When working at a biopharmaceutical company, it is difficult to transition from phase I clinical trials to phase II clinical trials, including the research content required for success and common pitfalls. The same goes for phase III clinical trials, which bring countless challenges and learning opportunities. Acquiring knowledge about Phase III also introduces various other considerations beyond clinical development, such as the support that various departments of the organization need to provide for upcoming product launches.

 Whether you are engaged in research and development, production, or marketing, it is important to understand the key strategies and steps that biopharmaceutical organizations need to take when preparing for commercialization/medical insurance payment strategies/channels/clinical services/drug vigilance of biopharmaceutical products. Even if your organization is still a few years away from product commercialization, understanding what may happen and what is needed in the future can help you and your organization develop proactive plans.

In addition, it is also important for enterprises to prioritize management and leadership development. For example, presenting successful keynote speeches is often challenging, especially when the topic is complex and contains a large amount of data. Speech skills training can not only help individuals increase their composure, academic image, and communication effectiveness, but also enhance their organizational knowledge - improving how to best shape and deliver compelling and clear content and gain support from the target audience. It has been proven that investing time and effort in this critical area is very beneficial - not only for trained teams and organizations, but also for enhancing internal cohesion, increasing employee sense of mission and self motivation, and improving financial and operational efficiency.
Finally, it is crucial for an organization to utilize and maximize its talents. The best results are achieved when business leaders or founders participate in the design and implementation of training programs and link them to new ways of working. Life science companies must develop strong learning and development strategies to ensure that employees maintain competitiveness, comprehensive abilities, and dedication. Ultimately, the key to success lies in creating the right mindset and environment for learning and development.

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