Covid’s legacy of innovation in life sciences – Podcast Episode 2

Covid’s legacy of innovation in the life sciences industry stems from the need for decentralised clinical trials, which led to improvements in the way data is handled, with emphasis on speed and quality.

But this has also led to changes in talent management in the industry.

According to Antonio Ferrari, a Senior Medical Director at IQVIA, a global provider of advanced analytics, technology solutions and clinical research services to the life sciences industry, and former NonStop Client Services Director Giulio Segantini, companies are increasingly looking to talent from diverse backgrounds as they seek new ways to handle big data. They are looking for talent with advanced data analysis abilities and opinions on new concepts in the evaluation of big data.

When it comes to senior talent, strong managerial skills are key for companies looking to grow and retain staff.

These are just some of the insights from the second episode of the NonStop Talent Show podcast. If you want to learn about this legacy of innovation and what it means for employment in the industry, click any of the buttons below to find the podcast on your preferred platform, or watch the video now. Make sure to hit that subscribe button so you can be among the first to know when a new episode is released.

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