Learning agility as an emergent capability that supports the future-proofing of Medical Affairs strategic planning processes and outputs. In essence, learning agility is a set of skills, competencies, and mindsets that support our capability of “knowing what to do when we don’t know what to do.” It is a capability that should be developed internally and applied to the development and operationalization of strategic plans. Through the enablement of learning agile behaviors, the approach to strategic plans can be made with an eye toward ongoing reflection and updates.
In an article published in MAPS Elevate, we define four descriptive behaviors (contextual curiosity, vision-driven adaptability, educated risk taking, and accountable learning), discuss how to apply those learning agility behaviors, and provide future recommendations for the development and application of learning agility.
Read more in the MAPS Elevate article by Kiely Flanigan and Keith Morris from the Scientific & Medical Affairs Consulting team.