NextSteps 2018, NetDimensions’ global user conference, proved a typically insightful day as our collaborators met in London. Here are a few of our highlights…
With guests from all over the world representing a diverse variety of sectors, this year’s conference was a vibrant event packed with great discussions and insights.
During the course of the one-day get-together in London, we heard from thought leaders, learning pioneers, technical experts and L&D specialists.
Together with invaluable insights and success stories, there was a real sense of mutual encouragement and collaboration.
Keeping workforces compliant with legislation is a major challenge in the pharmaceutical industry – and failing to do so can be extremely risky. With a seamless integration of NetDimensions technology, one market leader’s L&D team ensured they could face compliance risk and meet the demands of regulators such as FDA and EMA.
The ability to manage compliance risk is expected to become more crucial than ever in the pharmaceutical and life sciences sector by 2020 .
Businesses need to protect themselves from the heavy costs of non-compliance. A culture of quality is crucial to reducing and eliminating exposure to risks including financial penalties, rescinded regulatory approvals and reputational damage.
There’s been a lack of clarity around what’s needed to comply with 21 CFR Part 11, the US Food and Drug Administration’s regulations for inspecting electronic training records held by organizations.
Implementing electronic signatures and being able to clearly audit their use has often been a considerable challenge for businesses in the life sciences and pharma sectors.
This is an essential requirement for companies in these sectors looking to comply with the FDA’S CFR regulations. In-depth and rigorous auditing is increasingly sought-after by organizations in other sectors too, such as healthcare.
How can a strong talent development strategy help prepare your organization for the future? Find out in this blog based on LinkedIn’s 2018 Workplace Learning Report.
LinkedIn’s 2018 Workplace Learning Report paints an interesting picture of the challenges organizations face to maximize the potential of their workforce. We take a look at the key insights and what they could mean for your talent development strategy.
The report surveyed 4,000 professionals made up of 1,200 L&D or HR professionals, 400 people managers, 200 executives, and 2,200 learners from North America, Europe, and Asia.
Aside from the sunshine, there were plenty of highlights at NextSteps 2018 in San Diego during our annual regional user conference. Clients from a variety of industries shared experiences, best practices, and learned more about the evolution of our core products.
The theme of NextSteps 2018 in San Diego was ‘facilitating learning in a connective world”. Our focus was on where the industry is going and how we are going to get there.
With this in mind, we invited a number of technology visionaries to talk about the impact that emerging technologies will have on L&D functions in the future, and all of our speakers provided fascinating insights.