The evolution of medical affairs to serve as a strategic leader in successful biopharmaceutical companies has been driven, largely, by an increasingly complex healthcare environment, in which medical affairs teams are engaging broader and more diverse stakeholder groups. As such, the need for medical affairs teams to be ‘agile’ or ‘flexible’ or ‘adaptable’ to keep up with, and more importantly, stay ahead of this dynamic healthcare ecosystem has been top of mind for medical affairs leaders. The challenge remains ‘how’ do medical affairs leaders prepare and enable their teams. The answer, in part, is that medical affairs leaders should embrace hiring, developing, and rewarding “learning agility” – the ability to cope with change and uncertainty by adapting previous lessons learned.
In this webinar, we will overview learning agility and the six contributing dimensions. We will also discuss why learning agility is important at the organizational, functional, and individual level as well as how we can measure and develop learning agility across an organization.
This webinar will aim to increase awareness of learning agility and discuss why it should be developed to prepare and enable teams to excel in a dynamic healthcare environment.