Entries by Craig Dunkley

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How to Do Less with Less

By Sue Iannone Let’s start this article by establishing one fact up front:  That old cliché about how we all should “do more with less” is bogus.  Perhaps not it all cases, but it’s definitely bogus when it comes to leading a Learning and Development (L&D) organization in a biopharma company. Training organization leaders often […]

Training for Global Product Launch: Five Tips

By Garry O’Grady Launching a new product is a complex undertaking involving a range of stakeholders, all of whom must work together in a coordinated manner.  If you really want to dial the complexity “up to eleven,” try launching a new product globally.  Over the years, we’ve had the privilege of working with clients before, […]

Are You a Strategic Leader…Or Overwhelmed?

By Sue Iannone Part Two in a Series In Part One, we outlined seven characteristics of the “Future Learning and Development Organization.”  Those characteristics are shared by teams that evolve beyond firefighting mode, look forward in a strategic way, and focus on achieving the company’s business objectives rather than struggling to keep up with daily […]

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Getting Out of Today and Into the Future

By Sue Iannone and Garry O’Grady Part One in a Series The biopharmaceutical industry is not known for dull stability.  Think about it… Companies must remain on a “treadmill” of innovation, always working to replace products as they go off patent.  Regulatory and legislative changes are always being discussed, passed, or implemented.  Market dynamics are […]

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