June 16, 2011
PDG Strategy and Innovation’s dynamic duo of Rich Mesch and Reni Gorman will present at this year’s mLearnCon in San Jose, CA on Tuesday, June 21. The conference boasts over 80 sessions that explore all aspects of mobile learning – from management strategies and best practices to content and design.
Rich and Reni’s session, mLearning Is So Ten Minutes Ago. Mobile Performance Is Now!, will address how organizations can turn mobile learning into mobile performance support. People use their mobile devices every day to learn things; they just don’t call it training. Session participants will discover that to maximize mobile performance, you need to design differently, do needs analysis differently, and consider the applicability, not just the brevity, of mobile applications.
As Rich points out, “We need to look at not what we can teach people on a mobile device, but rather how we can use mobile devices to provide information to help them perform better.” Check out their session at mLearnCon.
June 10, 2011
Did you know that seven of the top 10 pharmaceutical companies are clients of PDG, and of those, six are in the top seven?* In other words, 70% of the top 10 pharmaceutical companies trust PDG.
PDG has a well-established reputation for delivering the highest quality corporate learning products and services. It should come as no surprise that the pharmaceutical industry, with the regulations and responsibilities it has to the federal government and consumers, would turn to such a steady and trustworthy partner.
PDG has provided a vertical service to the Life Sciences industry since its founding. As PDG’s client base has grown, so has the breadth and scope of our training services for the pharmaceutical industry. PDG serves clients across all sectors, but we have particular expertise and experience in meeting the complex requirements of regulated organizations in the life sciences and financial services sectors. We have maintained those partnerships over the years, and grown our client base, because of the consistent quality of our work.
PDG is a global leader in providing training services that build value for our clients by working with them to create the strategy, develop the solutions and provide a scalable implementation capability to drive bottom line results through improved workforce performance.
*Source: Contract Pharma’s 2010 Top 20 Pharmaceutical Companies Report