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Issue 1(1), March 16, 2009
Issue 1(2), March 23, 2009
the Bandwagon Pass on By
This episode includes some tips on how
to keep your best efforts on target in spite of the excitement and push
of popular bandwagons and scientific opinion!
A good strategic pipeline may be
important for effective translation of science to therapy but pipeline
maintenance is what saves the time and money!
Issue 1(3), March 30, 2009
- Relationships That Clear the Head and the
Progress isn’t always hampered by lack
of information but by a struggle to process it and find the
significance in all of it.
- Managing Teams in a Knowledge Environment
companies are knowledge environments that rely on a wide range of
expertise. Management is the glue that holds it together!
Issue 1(4), April 6, 2009
- No wine before its time
While there is a squeeze on start-up
money, there is still a strong push of science toward application - to
start new companies or get a jump on the latest trend. Will the effort
fizz of fizzle? How can you tell?
- Evaluating Core Competencies
You might like to think, “If we can’t
do it nobody can.” How can you be sure your company has what it takes?
Issue 1(5), April 13, 2009
Marriage of Efficiency and Effectiveness
In a start-up,
efficiency and effectiveness enjoy wedded bliss but as development
tasks mount the stress can cause the two to separate.
A common mistake when looking to the
outside for help is timing. Ideally, outsourced expertise shouldn’t
solve problems, it should prevent them!
Issue 1(6), April 20, 2009
Lies at the Root of Success?
What is THE key to successful biotech?
Experience? Technology? Money? Or none of the above?!
Fit Over Fashion
Biological Fit Versus The Lure of an In
Issue 1(7), April 27, 2009
Making your life science R&D a
- The Fast
Fail Approach to Success
Fail fast to preserve your chances for
Issue 1(8), May 4, 2009
- The Most Pressing Risk in Life Science
- Cancer Therapies on Trial
Issue 1(9), May 11, 2009
- The Power of a Multi-Level Experimental
- Turning Believers Into Achievers
Issue 1(10), May 18, 2009
- Not Moving Fast Enough? Delegate!
- Management By Crisis
Issue 1(11), May 25, 2009
Issue 1(12), June 1, 2009
- Summer is a
Great Time For...
Myopia and Presbyopia
Issue 1(13), June 8, 2009
Good and Bad of Serial Entrepreneurism
Issue 1(14), June 15, 2009
Issue 1(15), June 22, 2009
That is Neither Fish Nor Fowl
Zen of Being an Employed Professional
Issue 1(16), June 29, 2009
Issue 1(17), July 6, 2009
There an Art to Productive Science?
Issue 1(18), July 13, 2009
- Do You
Have a Preclinical Plan?
Issue 1(19), July 20, 2009
Your Organization Up Rather Than Out
- A Few
Good Words Can Be Gold In These Tight Times
Issue 1(20), July 27, 2009
Advocates Apply Within
Hypotheses On A Budget
Issue 1(21), August 3, 2009
Thinkers' Hard To Find
Thinking - Use It Or Loose It
Issue 1(22), August 10, 2009
On The Short-Term For A Short Term
- Is Your
Management Creating Risk?
Issue 1(23), August 17, 2009
Smart Vs. "The Matrix"
- Are Your
Procedures Gumming Up The Works?
Issue 1(24), August 24, 2009
- Lost In
Does Getting To The Clinic Really Mean?
Issue 1(25), August 31, 2009
Breakthrough, The Hokey Idea & The Cutting Edge
- Is There
A Place For Science In Product Marketing?
Issue 1(26), September 7, 2009
For The End Game - Commercialization
- What Is
Important To Eventual Commercialization?
Issue 1(27), September 14, 2009
Things That Can Keep Innvovation Percolating
And Keeping Precious And Powerful Momentum
Issue 1(28), September 21, 2009
- Too Much
Money, Too Little Value
And The Value Of Clinical Trials
Issue 1(29), October 19, 2009
Expert Team As Educators
Deals And Dollars
- It Is
Time For True Innovators To Shine
Are Always For A Purpose