This episode has been published on October 29th, 2018
Welcome to the tenth episode of Automating Quality. Mandy Gervasio is your host, and she’s on a mission to bring you hot industry topics with her fellow life sciences partners and friends! Today, Mandy is joined by her co-host, Philippe Gaudreau, and return guest from episode two, Jay Turner!
Jay is the CEO and founder of EduJay LLC. Jay is a self-proclaimed learning and development ninja at his latest entrepreneurial venture, EduJay! He has devoted his career to improving people, processes, and programs to produce business results — everything from implementing learning management systems, to designing staff development and leadership development programs, to providing executive coaching.
In this episode, Mandy asks Jay a handful of key questions that learning and development listeners will especially appreciate! He explains some of the key benefits of social and collaborative learning platform communities, some examples of technology platforms that could be implemented in a workplace to help drive engagement more efficiently, potential hurdles or barriers that might be posed by the GxP industry if leveraging ELOs, and more! Tune in!
[:40] About today’s episode and return guest, Jay Turner.
[2:45] Jay introduces himself and explains his current mission with EduJay.
[6:16] Jay explains some of the key benefits of social and collaborative learning platform communities.
[13:35] Some examples of technology platforms that Jay thinks could be implemented in a workplace to help drive engagement more.
[20:22] In Jay’s experience, does he think that employee engagement increases when leveraging social learning tools?
[28:40] In Jay’s experience (in non-GxP industries) is the incorporation of external learning objects (or ELOs) a common practice?
[32:30] What Jay sees as potential hurdles or barriers that might be posed by the GxP industry if leveraging ELOs.
[37:23] Jay’s ideas on how to bridge the gap between GxP industries and leveraging ELOs.
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