Some firms are hunkering down to wait out the upcoming recession. Others are making use of the waiting time by fine-tuning their organization. However, it could be a good time to drive your future innovations.
The vision of the pharmaceutical industry is to sustain increased active and healthy longevity. Customizing treatment to the individual patient is one road to that future vision. Innovation is the key.
Social changes happen slowly; it has to happen to many individuals. Individual change, however, can happen more quickly—with the right motivation. Since each individual is different, social change requires lots of different motivations—inputs from influences or influencers with whom different individuals connect.
What are you most uncertain about when you go to market? How do you deal with these uncertainties?
As part of The Road to 50 States, CEO Pam Roach was interviewed by That’s Nice’s Nigel Walker about the future and elimination of barriers to success in pharma.
The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) published the State Energy Data System (SEDS), a source of the EIA’s comprehensive state energy statistics.
The census count determines how billions of dollars of funding are allocated to local businesses – our businesses, and the infrastructure our employees depend upon to channel their unique talents and skills that fuel the U.S. economy.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced New Commitments to Further Black Entrepreneurship in New York City based on our report and recommendations.
We can make a plan that is more than a shot in the dark if we start by looking at our markets and customers first. How are your customers dealing with today?
Thriving in an Uncertain Future Pivot is the word of the day. We are all working to figure out who we need to be in order to thrive in the future. Some of us start with an audit of our capabilities. We hope we can “stick to the knitting” with a new skin on an old […]