Culture transformation

The small bang theory

Posted by Douglas Ferguson

Big, bold change is the recipe for success, right? Even better, bigger and faster changes. That would be fine if it were possible or true for most of us mere mortals. Yes, big change can, does and should occur. However, … Continue reading

Rebranding the pharmaceutical sales rep? A good idea – when accompanied by real change

Posted by Ian Wilcox

You may or may not agree with the negative portrayal of the pharmaceutical sales representative in recent years. But one fact is irrefutable: the title ‘sales rep’ no longer describes how this role is evolving. Less and less are these … Continue reading

Pharma deals don’t have to threaten innovation

Posted by Ian Wilcox

In pharma, the big story of the spring and summer has been M&A. The drama began in April with an asset swap between GSK and Novartis. The most recent headline grabbers have been inversion deals like AbbVie’s $54 billion acquisition … Continue reading

Enforcing equality enforces inequality

Posted by Lubna Haq

My heart sank when I read that NHS organisations are to be forced to increase the representation of ethnic minorities in senior positions or face contractual and regulatory consequences. I shudder when anyone talks about enforcing race equality standards and, … Continue reading

Simon says…

Posted by Lubna Haq

What strikes me about NHS England chief executive Simon Stevens’ recent speech at the NHS Confederation conference is that the system needs to focus less on dealing with people when they are ill, and more on dealing with them when … Continue reading

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