Medical affairs departments are poised to become one of the most strategically important functions in life sciences companies. Medical affairs teams are delivering medical and scientific impact through strategic insights, evidence generation, scientific communication and compliant governance. Much has been written about a new vision for medical affairs, but less attention has been devoted to how teams should make the transition from support function to strategic partner. The answer is that medical affairs leaders must hire, develop and reward “learning agility” – the ability to cope with change and uncertainty by adapting previous lessons learned.
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