Tag Archives: Management

Q&A With Renee Tannenbaum

One major theme at the HBA leadership conference may be simple for industry to understand but difficult to accept: change or drown. But for Renee Tannenbaum, it was change that worked toward her advantage. And change, combined with her desire to drive improvement in patient care and meet unmet needs, is what led her to […]
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Roche: New Hires Needed

Cheer up, pharma, not all the news is bad! Amidst the worst national job market since the early 1980’s, Roche Pharma Research in Nutley, NJ is looking to hire. Efforts are currently underway to find scientists and support staff in areas such as screening, safety, and bioanalytics. In addition to inflammation, the Nutley operation serves […]
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Transformational Analytics Will Set You Free

Guest blog by W Scott Evangelista, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP Without committed leadership from the top of an organization, the best answers will not find the light of day, and the “my number is better than yours” issue will persist. The shackles of the past (standard reports with standard data) will inevitably bind companies to […]
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If Not This, Then What? If Not Now, Then When?

Sponsored Guest Blog by: Craig Nestel Business Solutions Manager SAS Global Healthcare and Life Sciences Practice I’ve been an avid runner for a long time. A while back, I had an injury that just wasn’t responding to any of the methods that I had used for years. And yet, I was reluctant to change anything. […]
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