There are no refunds; learners cannot get their time back if we waste it.Michael Allen
Two Minute Overview of Versant’s Capabilities
Information Has a Short Shelf Life
The 2018 Workplace Learning Report found that skills have a short half-life – less than 3 years! This value may be a good average for industries at equilibrium, but Medical Affairs Departments are in constant flux. Continuous learning is the balance needed between current demands and the future state of the market.
Train for Today, Prepare for Tomorrow
The market is competitive, and employees expect employers to prep them for tomorrow. Employee turnover in large organizations is reported to be 16%. Talent development helps teams surpass market challenges and perform under pressure. You can shape tomorrow’s strategy while supporting current performance gaps.
both for the performance of the individual learner and the organization. Ken Taylor, CPTM
Change Is the Only Constant
The types of skill sets most valued in today’s marketplace are constantly shifting. One study found that soft skills were top priority for many companies in 2018, but we know that in Medical Affairs, soft skills are only one priority.
In today’s business environment, the top medical priority in Q1 may change by Q3 and team training must be equally flexible. Fundamentally, training is a business-driver demonstrated by the application of skills on the job.
Collection of Work
The Versant Learning portfolio provides examples of visual styles, types of interactions, and design information. Versant can integrate with your existing branding guidelines or build a new design to your specifications.
Keeping It All Together
The sphere of ‘knowledge’ was already doubling every 12 years back in 2013! The Versant Learning Solutions blog, Well Versed, is focused on topics that will help you grow and maintain an exceptional Medical Affairs Team.
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