Along the shore of Kendrick Pond, on a crisp Fall day in Massachusetts.
Luke Timmerman from Xconomy has published an analysis of where the major Life Sciences companies are located. Using the criteria of having $100 million in cash and short term assets as the definition of a major firm, his analysis highlights … Continue reading
What happens to the U.S. economy when the entire trucking industry converts to self-driving vehicles? What does it mean for the medical profession if IBM’s Watson is available 24/7 to diagnose your illness? When an entire college or graduate school … Continue reading
For a pharmaceutical company restructuring to be successful, senior management has to get two things right: 1) Restructuring is a forward-looking process. Management has to plan the new organization so that it is successful in the future. People, processes, organizations, … Continue reading