- The New Geography of Innovation
- Boston-Cambridge is THE Life Sciences Hub
- Clayton Christensen Demolishes Jill Lepore’s Critique of Disruptive Innovation
- Why isn’t New York City a Biotech Hub?
- Infographic: Top 15 Large Pharma Companies by Market Cap
- Broad Institute Receives $650M for Psychiatric Research
- AbbVie will buy Shire in another Pharma tax inversion strategy
Tag Archives: Management
Harvard Business Review has a must-read article on a phenomena that some of us have already started to notice: Too much collaboration degrades an organization’s ability to get work done. The rise of matrix organizational schemes, dual reporting structures, and the large amount of … Continue reading
“Much of what we call work is noise” – Nassim Taleb Here’s the latest example of that, from the New York Times: The Modern Meeting: Call In, Turn Off, Tune Out. Backed by personal observation, data from consulting firms, and tons … Continue reading
Bill Reichert’s top ten management lessons from the US Navy. h/t Stacie Sherwood & Jeff Griffin via LinkedIn.
I had the good fortune to attend a series of seminars by Clayton Cristensen last Spring. One conceptual framework that Clay described is the three basic types of businesses, and I think it has a lot of relevance for Pharma … 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
Lots of articles and blog posts get written about the research productivity crisis in the pharmaceutical industry. A lot of Wall Street types argue that Pharma companies simply must spend less on R&D (Recently, yet another analyst called for a … Continue reading