As a clinical development professional, you know that building and maintaining relationships is key to success. Whether you are looking to move up within your current organization or make a lateral move to another company, expanding your network can help you achieve your goals. Here are a few tips on how to expand your network in the clinical development industry.
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For the BioPharma industry, which is notoriously competitive, the question is not whether to adopt a hybrid work policy, but which hybrid work policy is best.
Biopharma and biotechnology companies are seeing unprecedented growth in the 21st century. With growth, comes many opportunities for candidates to advance in their careers.
The socio-economic environment has seen a major shift since the pandemic. Employees are looking for remote and hybrid opportunities and industries are looking for top quality talent.
A sure sign of a quality organization is the ability to measure its progress and success. “In business, words are words; explanations are explanations, promises are promises, but only performance is reality,” according to Harold S. Geneen, CEO of International Telephone and Telegraph Corp. With the continuous upward trend in productivity of the pharmaceutical industry, measuring performance has become more important. This analysis provides a total picture of its current progress and shows opportunities for further improvement.
The role of a clinical trial manager requires constant interaction with project teams, project managers, and clients. To develop a strong working relationship, the skill of communication is very integral in this profession. Also, sharing information and data between teams and individuals requires much corroboration. The knowledge of skills and tools to connect and corroborate in different ways can help with your personal development.
In today's highly competitive CRO job market, many qualified clinical team managers (CTMs) are vying for a small number of available clinical project management (CPM) positions. You could want that promotion for more exposure, monetary benefits, or because you're tired of being in the same spot. But how do you make yourself stand out to get that promotion?
A clinical trial manager is responsible for many tasks, including overseeing everything from creating a valid test to its administration, recruitment, logistics, and follow-up. Hence, specific abilities are required of the employee to carry out their job duties. Here are a few skills to help understand how great clinical trial managers stand out.
Forward-looking pharma companies understand the importance of incorporating millennial values in their hiring practices and the company culture. It is no surprise that the pharma industry is changing to meet these evolving dynamics.
Efficient leadership plays a huge role in bringing a clinical trial to fruition. Pharmaceutical companies are not immune to making mistakes and facing failures. Lack of funding, safety issues, and patient dropouts are some of the struggles clinical development teams face.