Virtual Reality Life Sciences Training: Stop Dabbling, Start Disrupting
March 31 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm EDT
The metaverse of learning has arrived – it’s just unevenly distributed. Many life sciences learning organizations are still dipping their toes with pilots that are too small and unimaginative to transform learning. Stuck in “pilot purgatory,” they fail to harness the economic value of the metaverse. It’s time to stop dabbling and start disrupting life sciences learning as we know it.
A new generation of reality-bending learning simulations has unleashed a wave of experiential and visceral learning we once could only dream about.
Join us for this demo-packed LTEN webinar as virtual reality (VR) expert Anders Gronstedt, Ph.D. shows how life sciences leaders at Pfizer, Takeda, Novartis and Bristol Myers Squibb successfully train with VR. Learn how they practice gowning and gloving, sterile tube welding and sealing, first air rule and aseptic practices in hyper-realistic VR labs. This webinar will guide you through:
- Building a solid business case for VR training and gaining sponsorship.
- Achieving IT approval for VR.
- Designing and developing effective VR modules.
- Structuring a VR pilot and evaluation plan.
- Scaling VR across the enterprise.
Learn how to empower your people to move seamlessly, in the flow of work, from the workplace to a pixelated practice space where they can build muscle memory and mastery in the presence of peers and mentors. More than a strategy for learning success, VR learning will soon become table stakes for survival.
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Anders Gronstedt, Ph.D, President
The Gronstedt Group
Anders Gronstedt, Ph.D., is president of The Gronstedt Group, an industry-leading VR developer for Pfizer, Novartis, Takeda and Bristol Myers Squibb. He is a frequent industry speaker and writer with articles appearing in the Harvard Business Review and LTEN Focus on Training magazine.