Prescription for Success in Globalization


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Product Description

VIEW on a common global language

Pharmaceutical organizations, much like firms in other sectors, are launching substantial globalization efforts to capitalize on emerging market growth and gain synergies across their operations. While pharmaceutical companies want to implement strategies to create global organizations, unfortunately their success has been limited to date as they question whether they truly have the cadre of global leaders who understand how to achieve these goals.
Pharmaceutical company executives face a number of hurdles in attempting to change and globalize corporate cultures across international boundaries: inertia, uncertainty about the consequences of change, unclear explanations for the purpose of change, and perceived threats to power and influence under a new global system…

Key Mechanisms to Bridge the Gap
The Need for Global Leaders

Experts on this Topic
Sig Shirodkar, Principal, and Mark Mozeson, Principal and Life Sciences Practice Leader, Archstone Consulting