What is your organization made of?
Clinical research outsourcing has been part of the Life Sciences industry for some time, but this has not ironed out every kink in talent pipeline for the science fields. Costs and timelines for developing new solutions are still rising.
Collaboration and flexibility are becoming foundations of doing business. However, the need to find faster ways to market without compromising quality and safety remains.
Just as we mapped the human genome to find new therapies and drugs, now science-based organizations must map out their workforce needs. They must map their own ‘talent genome’. They must understand what they are made of, as well as how it is influenced by geography, the availability of talent, budgets and their customers’ needs.
As companies are faced with an increasingly unpredictable and unforgiving environment for talent, executive focus remains on ensuring access to talent to achieve enterprise growth and profit goals. To remain competitive and ...Read more
The best-laid plans are nothing without the right people to implement them.
This is why the mitigation of human capital risk is a high priority for all business leaders, especially those of us working in HR, ...
The task of securing the top talent for any given position is often daunting and can be hampered by the difficulty in identifying the best possible candidates from a wide range of sources. What we know is that in ...Read more