Pharma has long been evolving its commercial model, but the pandemic has highlighted the need to accelerate this process. And for the emerging commercial model to succeed, Pharma and Biotech businesses are going to need to evolve.

Remote working, for example, has changed how our industry interacts with its customers and your business will need to respond to ensure you’re not the ones left behind.

In this webinar, Andrew Bell of Novasecta was joined by Kabir Nath (Senior Managing Director, Otsuka), Samantha Pearce (SVP Head of Europe and International, Jazz Pharmaceuticals) and Adam Aleksiejuk (Commercial and E-commerce Director, Polpharma) to discuss their thoughts on Pharma’s brave new world, and to share their insights into how you can seize the opportunities created by the evolving commercial model to deliver superior results for your Pharma organization.

In this interactive discussion, our panel also shared their advice on a range of topics to help you improve your commercial model, including:

  • Examples of effective commercial models that leaders in the industry are using today.
  • How remote working has changed how Pharma interacts with its key customers and why this matters for your business’s commercial model.
  • How to respond to the other opportunities created by the shift in Pharma’s commercial model.

If you are a commercial leader in a pharma or biotech company, you won’t want to miss this.

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Effective cross-functional collaboration is essential for the future of pharma and biotech firms.

Nurtured and encouraged correctly, it stimulates creative thinking that can boost the success of your entire firm – which makes implementing it into your company’s processes an absolute must.

In this on-demand webinar, Andrew Bell of Novasecta is joined by three leaders experienced in cross-functional collaboration. Andrea Bizzi (Chiesi Group), Jenn Bonilla (Gilead) and Danie du Plessis (Kyowa Kirin International) discuss their experiences of successful collaboration and demonstrate how collaborating across functions delivers superior results.

We also look at how to sustain these collaborations, and the challenges you may face along the way.

The expert panel take an in depth look at a range of topics including:

  • Why cross-functional collaboration is so important for successful pharma and biotech companies, particularly in driving creativity and efficiency
  • How it has evolved in recent times, and what aspects are considered to be state of the art.
  • How to measure effective cross-functional collaboration.
  • Examples of effective collaboration and outcomes.

As well as listening to a valuable discussion and gaining insights, you will also have the chance to listen to the panel answer questions asked during the session.

If you are a functional leader in a pharma or biotech company, this on-demand webinar is a must-watch.

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Productive R&D is the lifeblood of pharmaceutical companies. But great pharmaceutical R&D requires a mindset that transcends classical management approaches.

How can organisations create effective R&D mindsets to ensure they continue to get the most from their internal and external R&D ecosystems? How do they acquire, motivate and manage the multiple sources of internal and external expertise that are required to do this successfully?

In this on-demand webinar, John Rountree, Managing Partner at Novasecta, is joined by three heads of R&D. Thomas Eichholtz (Head of Global R&D, Chiesi), Araz Raoof (SVP Global Drug Discovery and External Innovation, Ferring) and Arndt Schottelius (Chief Scientific Officer, Affimed) discuss with John their extensive experience across many companies in fostering an innovative R&D mindset. We also identify the behaviours other organisations need to adopt in order to prosper in 2021 and beyond.

The expert panel take an in depth look at a range of topics including:

  • Why R&D mindset is both important and challenging, and how it has changed and evolved over time
  • How to identify and adopt the most practical methods to evolving and sustaining an effective R&D mindset, for example strong leadership, a great strategic focus, the right capabilities, simple decision-making, and effective internal collaboration
  • How to recognise and measure an effective R&D mindset
  • The top priorities for sustaining an effective R&D mindset

As well as a valuable discussion and the opportunity to gain key insights, the panel also answer the audiences most pressing questions regarding specific challenges.

If you are a Head of R&D or in an R&D Leadership Team, this webinar is a must watch.

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