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Many people get caught up in their head about the inability to innovate in controlled or regulated environments. But this is a myth that needs busted.
Our DNA makes us great protectors of everything in our world and work is no different. This generates success in many cases but innovation is not one. How do you break through your companies immune system to be able to spread innovation?
Time and time again things fail and people ask why. It seemed so perfect to the designers... but no one bothered to ask the actual users until it was too late. Why is user centered innovation important and how can you do it?
The status quo is our comfort zone. We all know change management is incredibly hard if the status quo somehow works and now you expect people to do something different. What are the keys to success when challenging the status quo?
People often ask what is innovation and are these things we consider to be continuous improvement really innovation? Let's discuss this and talk about how to amp up your innovation game!
How many times have we heard "you have to act like a man to succeed", "you have to be a bulldog to get ahead as a leader when you are a woman", or "showing compassion is a sign of weakness". This is simply not true. Hear my story of how I rose from a waitress at pizza hut, to a nurse, onto the corporate world of pharma and on to be the CEO of a company changing lives for people around the world all through leading with heart.
We all know there is a difference between management and leadership by now. But did you know there is an advanced level of leadership called innovative leadership? What makes an innovative leader and how can you use these skills to create high performing teams?
Many leaders make the mistake of leading the portion of the person who is completing a job for them... but there is so much more to that person. Let's discuss how I created a way to lead the whole person and how it impacted my team to see exponential growth in a very short amount of time.
People often underestimate what a child learns when they are quietly listening and watching in the background. Hear my story growing up poor and going to work with my mom from the ages of 5-10 and the wonderful things she taught me that I applied in the corporate environment for success.
Whether we are talking about innovation or leadership change management is important. How adaptable is your team to change - how adaptable are you? How can you set yourself up to be change excited vs change adverse?
What can we do to ensure we are considering how our patients/participants are impacted by the choices we make when designing and implementing clinical trials? Why is this important and how can we set everyone up for success?
We need Diversity and Inclusion in order to drive impactful innovation! We also have a responsibility to be able to answer questions about how a new treatment might effect people that may need them with the added consideration of gender, age, race, ethnicity, and comorbidities. How can we operationalize diversity in clinical trials?
We are at an exciting time for clinical research. For the first time in decades we are beginning to modernize the way we work, interact, capture and analyze data. What are the key considerations as we make this shift?
We know the status quo is our comfort zone and when something challenges that comfort we become defensive. When it comes to clinical trials it is no different. Let's talk about what tools and steps can be taken to make the process something to look forward to instead of run away from.
I have seen it happen time ad time again - the team says let's run a pilot first... then something new emerges - let's do another pilot on this... and again and again. When you look back you have spent years on doing pilots without a win or changing the way you work consistently. How can you escape pilotville but still test things out?
It is so important to to give your users a voice in anything you design. The most scientific, smartest, sexiest, slickest new thing will not work if it does not connect and provide value to your users. How can you incorporate user testing in what you do and how can you drive user centered design in your company?
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