How do we ensure the programmers we have today will meet the business needs of tomorrow?

Christine Leigh, Karen Rowe
2011 Pharmaceutical Programming  
The company expectations of our programmers are evolving, driven by changing business, economic, technological and regulatory environments. The drive to increase efficiency, work globally, be innovative and still deliver quality has meant that both the role of the programmer and the manager is changing. Programmers are now expected to have an extended range of skills both technical and soft to enable them to be an active participant in the drug development process. The manager plays a key role
more » ... r plays a key role in setting the expectations and facilitating change needed to maximise efficiency. If we equip our programmers with the skill set to take on change and managers with a tool kit to support change we create an environment in which innovation can flourish, the company benefits and individuals feel valued. The benefit to you is a motivated, multi skilled programmer who is equipped to meet the ever changing environment that we face.
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