Life sciences companies always have a tough time while carrying on their businesses. Life science companies include CROs, pharmaceutical companies and healthcare service providers. Their businesses differ in several aspects, but one thing is common – a highly dynamic market scenario. The pharmaceutical market can be characterised by frequent innovations of new drugs. It is an ongoing process, because as long as ailments keep taking birth, pharmaceutical companies will be busy innovating new…Continue
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Training of employees in an organisation holds huge significance in terms of productivity and output. Many organisations of the modern era lack adequate training material. Whereas some of them have training materials but they are not framed in a way that can generate interest in a learner for the study matter. E-learning courses provided by e-learning service providers provide sufficient training materials to organisations…Continue
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As they say innovation can lead to improvement only when it’s being measured. Without metrics, one cannot assess if the changes are being made in the right direction or not. A Learning Management System (LMS) is an application that is being…Continue
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Choosing a Managed Learning Service Provider isn’t always a straight forward task. You are entrusting another company and need to be confident that they will be the best for you and your company.
At Optimus Sourcing, we are working with companies who have chosen us as their Managed Learning Service provider and are aware of the challenges they have encountered. Therefore, we decided to create this guide to help you choose a Managed Learning…Continue
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With soaring popularity of the new age interactive learning solutions people are now exploring a completely new and simple way of learning that has made training sessions fun. Gone are that days when people use to feel burdened even by the thought of attending training sessions. With interactive learning one can learn and understand even complicated things with ease and in a relaxed manner.
Business enterprises spend a lot of of money in providing work related…
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With Learning and Development budgets falling all the time due to the difficult financial outlook, many businesses are looking more and more to squeeze every penny out of their remaining training budget. In addition to this, L&D headcount is also diminishing resulting in a substantial increase in workload for the average L&D professional. These two factors, combined with the challenge to ensure best quality training solutions has led to a rise in the popularity of Managed Learning…Continue
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Ushering in of globalization into the Indian industries has added to the intricacies of organizational functions. What is vital is the integration of these functions so that every process remains in synchronization with each other. The degree of intellect required to handle the complex tasks in aggrandising. This makes organizational training processes an imperative for employees. Training is the sole responsibility of the human resource department (literally the…
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I'd like to tell you about a simple tool/technique that was introduced to me recently at the end of my CIPD Level 3 in Learning & Development Practice qualification by our facilitator, Howard Rose of DPG Plc.
I'm compelled to write about this as I think it a valuable asset to any trainer's kit bag due to the pure simplicity of it and the fact that is all about the learner.
So what is it?
A written positive statement about an…Continue
Added by Scott Drayton on May 9, 2013 at 14:37 — No Comments
Every organisation has the need for training which is conducted in order to improve the skills and knowledge base of the employees. As organisations operate there is a high probability for the development of learning gaps or myopic perceptions. These gaps exist between the required level of learning and the existing one. Apart from that myopic perceptions do get nurtured owing to lack of concrete organisational procedures and policies. This is common in every firm.…
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“Knowledge breeds gallantry”. This saying was propagated by some eminent scholars in the mid 17th century in order to foster realisations regarding the significance of learning. Many people are trapped with illusions in life and only appropriate knowledge can break these illusions. The same applies for organisations. Employees in an organisation are loaded with tremendous pressure of work which mounts by degrees. Tackling of organisational functions demands tactical skills which can only by…Continue
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Organisations of the modern era require proper and effective training materials which carry the potential to enhance the skills and knowledge of employees. Proper training systems can contribute to the productivity of an organisation by filling up the learning gaps existing in an organisation. Interactive e learning courses provided by e-learning service providers help organisations to build the knowledge base of their workforce. The new approach used in…
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There used to be days when organizations had to rely on orthodox and pretty conventional natured methods for imparting on-job training to their employees. These encompassed a prolonged process of reading reports, books and many more. Also there were cumbersome assignments provided to the employees to go through in order to become familiar with unexplored work. All these were too dull to arouse any interest someone and what’s more is that these assignments and books…
Added by Akanksha Garg on May 3, 2013 at 13:22 — No Comments
This year’s HRD exhibition at Olympia was run over the 24-25th April and we sent along Paul and Hannah to experience all that it had to offer. A key theme at the exhibition was that Leadership and Development was high on the agenda and the variety of suppliers that were exhibiting did reflect this. Both Paul and Hannah took in some of the seminars and we have featured some of the stand out ones below. They also met a number of suppliers to see what new…Continue
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Functions in organisations are becoming increasingly intricate because of the urges of every company to expand itself. Also the complexities mount when firms want to extend their reach in the market (plus the scary aggrandizing competition). These factors contribute to the rise in the number of functional departments. The more the departments the more significant becomes the requisite for integration of functions. Therefore a proper management system is an imperative…
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