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Join us for this LTEN webinar, as John Constantine, SVP at Orchestrall and former LTEN Board president, interviews Dr. Hassan Ansari, Executive Director, Clinical Quality & Infrastructure at Pharmacyclics. They will discuss how Dr. Ansari got the Clinical Operations organization to realize the need for better and more professional training, highlight the process that was used to address the need and show the current and expected results of this journey.

9/7/2018
When: 9/07/2018
12:30 PM
Where: United States
Contact: Miki White
540.725.3859


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The Journey to Make Training Great: Taking the Lead toward the Excellent Organization

Friday, September 7, 2018 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM EDT

Every company and function has a vision and mission to be the best at what they do.  Whether commercial, research, clinical, enterprise or any function, training and people development play a crucial role on the road to excellence. When it comes to the management and execution of clinical trials, training arguably plays an even more crucial role. The functions supporting clinical trial operations require multifold types of expertise, involve very complex processes, are highly regulated and demand process excellence.

Join us for this LTEN webinar, as John Constantine, SVP at Orchestrall and former LTEN Board president, interviews Dr. Hassan Ansari, Executive Director, Clinical Quality & Infrastructure at Pharmacyclics. They will discuss how Dr. Ansari got the Clinical Operations organization to realize the need for better and more professional training, highlight the process that was used to address the need and show the current and expected results of this journey. John and Dr. Ansari will talk practically about how this can and should be done in all organizations.

At this webinar, John and Dr. Ansari will:

  • Review and discuss how compliance with process and regulation are just not enough for the excellent organization.
  • Outline some of the common manifestations of L&D that keep the organization stuck on “fully compliant” while not realizing the great benefits of people development.
  • Challenge opinions on the technical and, more controversially, non-technical causes of L&D stagnation (hint: it’s not always about more money or people).
  • Discuss thoughts and ideas on how business leaders, learning professionals and supplier partners can team up to help make the excellent organization a reality.

Our Presenters:

  John Constantine
SVP, Orchestrall and former LTEN Board president

John is a veteran of 30 years in the life sciences industry, first at GSK, then at Merck as Executive Director, Merck Polytechnic Institute, and joining Orchestrall, Inc. as Senior VP, Learning & Talent Solutions in 2016. John’s expertise lies in the application of learning to business strategy to drive workforce effectiveness and the application of technology to learning. He served on the Board of Directors of LTEN for 14 years, including 2 years as president. He is also a member of the Association for Talent Development, the Society of Human Resources Management, and Chair of the Board of the Asia Training Consortium. He is an advisor to the Smart Healthy City Alliance.

    Dr. Hassan Ansari
Executive Director, Clinical Quality & Infrastructure at Pharmacyclics

Dr. Hassan Ansari acts as the Head of Quality Management and Infrastructure (QM&I), Global Development Operations with 40 employees and contractors.  Dr. Ansari joined Pharmacyclics in July 2017 from Merck & Co., where he was working for 20 years in many leading positions in Global Development Operations. During those years, he was first based in Germany for 9 years, followed by the next 7 years in Rahway (NJ) and 4 years as European Head for Clinical Operations Europe in Switzerland. Hassan, born in Iran with German nationality, holds a Medical Doctor degree from the University of Munich/Germany and currently lives in Sunnyvale, California.

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