pharmaceutical

  • 5-industries-with-the-most-innovative-companies

    5 Industries with the Most Innovative Companies

    March 30, 2017 | By: | In: Trend Alert

    Have you ever wondered where great ideas come from? If your company has ever stalled for the lack of innovation, then you’ve probably thought about it from time to time. Innovative ideas can come from nothing, or from a long process of brainstorming and debate, but it always seems like some industries are consistently coming out with the best new products and processes, while others lag far behind. This isn’t your imagination; some industries are moving much more quickly than others. But which industries are the most innovative, and what sets them apart?

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    Vaccines, Scientific Breakthroughs and Mopping Floors with Jessica Flechtner

    March 10, 2017 | By: | In: Innovation Ecosystem, Podcast

    In this Innovation Ecosystem podcast, Dr. Jessica Flechtner of Genocea Biosciences discusses her journey progressing the company from startup to going public. Learn from Jessica’s journey and rationale for joining an innovative biosciences startup despite her illustrious research career; her key role in bringing a company from the acquisition of venture capital funding through to going public in year and how she and the Genocea team create a culture of discussing failure and celebrating success that helps them maintain their competitive edge in an ever-changing and demanding pharmaceutical industry.

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    Harnessing Corporate Activism To Transform A Pharmaceutical Giant with Celine Schillinger

    November 4, 2016 | By: | In: Innovation Ecosystem, Podcast

    When Céline Schillinger looked around her workplace she saw that the system didn’t value the diversity of competencies that different people could bring. They were being wasted. The system was focusing on a very narrow bandwidth of talents and always promoted the same kind of people, coming from the same background, and with the same kind of thinking. She decided to do something about it. Céline was called a troublemaker by her bosses, but thanks to her passion to grow and improve on rigid corporate systems, she was awarded Woman of the Year — La Tribune Women’s Awards in 2013. Céline is now the Head of Quality Innovation & Engagement at Sanofi Pasteur, the vaccines division of the multinational pharmaceutical company Sanofi.

  • experiment-future-bmi-alex-osterwalder-podcast

    Inventing The Future with Business Model Innovation with Alex Osterwalder

    October 28, 2016 | By: | In: Innovation Ecosystem, Podcast

    Are we still stuck in the innovation processes of the last century? On this week’s episode, Alexander Osterwalder looks at some of the fundamental problems in industries such as banking or pharmaceuticals and why the value propositions of today are not very satisfying for customers. Alex explains why the time has come to create new organizational structures and add a space where new business models and new value propositions can thrive.

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    Is the Pharmaceutical Innovation Model Broken? And can Open Innovation Mend it?

    October 4, 2013 | By: | In: Ask the Expert Q&A, IM Channel One, Videos

    This IM Channel One Ask the Expert Q&A hosted by NineSigma shares hands-on experiences on how open Innovation can be applied to mitigate operator bias in the pharma industry. By formulating business cases that address global healthcare needs, the pharmaceutical industry can open new avenues of innovation that are built on existing solid assets, developing accessory devices and services, creating user communities (medical and/or patient) and strategies to defend against the generic erosion of revenue.

  • PharmaX, the CEO’s Dilemma and Open Innovation – Part 3

    PharmaX, the CEO’s Dilemma and Open Innovation – Part 3

    September 24, 2013 | By: | In: Strategies

    In Parts 1 & 2, Gordon, newly appointed CEO of PharmaX, is confronted with a serious innovation gap in the next 5 years. His pipeline of projects is quality but high risk. From an arm’s length point of view, he sees that he has 3 options: business as usual, R&D budget cutting or rethink the way PharmaX assets are being used to redefine a new strategy. In Part 3 we will see how Gordon draws on his experience in customer needs driven innovation and managing his team, to carve out a daring innovation program.

  • PharmaX, the CEO’s Dilemma and Open Innovation – Part 2

    PharmaX, the CEO’s Dilemma and Open Innovation – Part 2

    September 18, 2013 | By: | In: Strategies

    In the first installment, Gordon the newly appointed CEO at Pharmax is confronted with an innovation gap of 5 years. Certainly, the potential of the portfolio is high, but the risks are even higher. With market pressure breathing down his neck, Gordon tries to make sense of the options that he has and make the right decisions.

  • PharmaX, the CEO’s Dilemma and Open Innovation – Part 1

    PharmaX, the CEO’s Dilemma and Open Innovation – Part 1

    September 10, 2013 | By: | In: Strategies

    We are on the executive floor of the imaginary pharmaceutical company PharmaX, it is Q3 and the top management is preparing for the annual innovation review. The year has been tough with revenue being hit by generic competition as their major products come off patent, but then it has been difficult for all the industry. This is the first article in a series of three. Parts 2 & 3 will be published in the next 2 weeks.

  • Innovation Management from around the web

    Crowdsourcing Mistakes: Trusting Employees Improves Policy Decisions

    December 4, 2012 | By: | In: Around the Web

    The practice of conducting A/B tests—that is, gathering data on which of two options works better—is how Amazon and Google have been able to optimize their services so rapidly. Finding innovations through experiments at tech companies is now standard practice. So, why don’t most organizations do this when it comes to managing people?

  • David Willetts, Universities and Science Minister, during a recent visit to the GlaxoSmithKline.

    GSK’s Commitment to Transparency by Opening Up Their Data

    October 12, 2012 | By: | In: News

    GlaxoSmithKline has announced plans to be more open about its clinical trial data, be more transparent to the public and actively collaborate with scientists and firms outside GSK to find new drugs to treat the diseases plaguing the world, from novel antibiotics to cures for malaria and tuberculosis.

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    University of Cambridge Joins Eli Lilly’s “Open Innovation Drug Discovery Platform”

    January 13, 2012 | By: | In: News

    The University of Cambridge has partnered up with global pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly and Company in an active collaboration programme helping to find and develop potential new medicines, particularly in the areas of greatest need. Gianluigi Cuccureddu comments on the challenges and possibilities of the initiative.

  • IP-funds-potential-driver-of-breaking-radical-jinx-gunjans-blog

    IP Funds- a Potential Driver of Breaking the Radical Jinx?

    April 12, 2011 | By: | In: Enabling Factors

    Can non-industry specific IP funds help to push the innovation envelope? Can we bridge the gap between industries and geographies to provide a systematic breeding place for forward-thinking inventions? Gunjan Bhardwaj explores.

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    Changing Mental Models to Make Innovation Work

    December 14, 2010 | By: | In: Life Cycle Processes, Organization & Culture

    We see a lot of programs being run in companies in the name of innovation. Of course some of the large corporations need to run innovation programs for name sake. They need some window dressing for analysts and industry observers lambasting the same for not being innovative enough.

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