The Syneos Health Podcast

Learning Agility

September 02, 2020 Jeffrey Stewart, Kiely Flanigan and Karen White Episode 75
The Syneos Health Podcast
Learning Agility
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The Syneos Health Podcast
Learning Agility
Sep 02, 2020 Episode 75
Jeffrey Stewart, Kiely Flanigan and Karen White

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced companies to adapt in unprecedented ways. More than ever, learning agility – the desire, capability, and skillset that allow people to navigate change and uncertainty – has become critical to organizational success and can lead to new opportunities. 

In this episode, Syneos Health® experts, Karen White, Vice President of Human Resources and Kiely Flanigan, Director of Global Medical Affairs from our consulting team, discuss why learning agility matters and how it can add value to business areas across the pharmaceutical industry, from global drug launches to the increasing number of rare disease therapies. 

For a deeper dive into our perspective on how businesses have adapted during COVID-19, read this report. Be sure to check out our recent article on learning agility  and listen to the rest of our Medical Affairs podcast series episodes: 

Medical Affairs from Zero

MA “Squared”: Medical Affairs Meets Market Access

Medical Affairs Series, Part One – A Foundation for Medical Affairs

Medical Affairs Series, Part Two – Measuring the Unmeasurable: Medical Affairs Metrics

Medical Affairs Series, Part Three – Moving to the Left

Medical Affairs Series, Part Four – Medical Affairs in the Field

Medical Affairs Series, Part Five – Medical Affairs in the Early Stage

Medical Affairs Part 6: Commercial + Medical Affairs

If you want access to more future-focused, actionable insights to help biopharmaceutical companies better execute and succeed in a constantly evolving environment, visit the Syneos Health Insights Hub. The perspectives you’ll find there are driven by dynamic research and crafted by subject matter experts focused on real answers to help guide decision making and investment. You can find it all at insightshub.health.

Like what you’re hearing?  Be sure to rate and review us!  

We want to hear from you!  If there’s a topic you’d like us to cover on a future episode, contact us at [email protected]

 

 

Show Notes

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced companies to adapt in unprecedented ways. More than ever, learning agility – the desire, capability, and skillset that allow people to navigate change and uncertainty – has become critical to organizational success and can lead to new opportunities. 

In this episode, Syneos Health® experts, Karen White, Vice President of Human Resources and Kiely Flanigan, Director of Global Medical Affairs from our consulting team, discuss why learning agility matters and how it can add value to business areas across the pharmaceutical industry, from global drug launches to the increasing number of rare disease therapies. 

For a deeper dive into our perspective on how businesses have adapted during COVID-19, read this report. Be sure to check out our recent article on learning agility  and listen to the rest of our Medical Affairs podcast series episodes: 

Medical Affairs from Zero

MA “Squared”: Medical Affairs Meets Market Access

Medical Affairs Series, Part One – A Foundation for Medical Affairs

Medical Affairs Series, Part Two – Measuring the Unmeasurable: Medical Affairs Metrics

Medical Affairs Series, Part Three – Moving to the Left

Medical Affairs Series, Part Four – Medical Affairs in the Field

Medical Affairs Series, Part Five – Medical Affairs in the Early Stage

Medical Affairs Part 6: Commercial + Medical Affairs

If you want access to more future-focused, actionable insights to help biopharmaceutical companies better execute and succeed in a constantly evolving environment, visit the Syneos Health Insights Hub. The perspectives you’ll find there are driven by dynamic research and crafted by subject matter experts focused on real answers to help guide decision making and investment. You can find it all at insightshub.health.

Like what you’re hearing?  Be sure to rate and review us!  

We want to hear from you!  If there’s a topic you’d like us to cover on a future episode, contact us at [email protected]