Archives: April 2015

An Executive Perspective on Change: Bridging the Gap Between Corporate & the Field

By: Sondra Leibner Topics: Change Management, Executive Leadership Date: April 23, 2015 Publication: Business2Community Executives who have found themselves in charge of leading change in their organizations have learned that these assignments have the ability to define a career.  Leaders who successfully implement these sorts of change initiatives do so by using three not-so-obvious...

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Sparking Innovation in a BioPharma Environment

By:  Mike Kinnear Topics:  Innovation, BioPharma Date:  Spring 2015 Publication: TayganPoint Consulting Group Newsletter Fostering innovation and creativity in BioPharma organizations can be disheartening. The barriers to innovation success are many.  But they are not unsurmountable.  It’s all about approach – blending the inherent rigidity of the BioPharma industry with the...

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Innovation Saturation

By:  John Collins Topics:  Innovation Date:  Spring 2015 Publication: TayganPoint Consulting Group Newsletter Whether it’s in medicine, computing or communications, we’ve become accustomed to the increasing pace of innovation. So, at a time when new and often disruptive technologies seem to be appearing every day, is it getting easier or harder...

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A Culture of Innovation

By:  Josh Holden Topics:  Innovation, Workforce Transformation Date:  Spring 2015 Publication: TayganPoint Consulting Group Newsletter Companies construct vision and mission statements and define company goals around the concept and executives instruct their teams to drive productivity and efficiency through innovation. Unfortunately, it is assumed that innovation is not only understood by...

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Leading and Listening – On Your Way to Expertise

By: Joy Taylor Topics: Leadership Date: April 6, 2015 Publication: Enterprising Woman Magazine Recently, I spent some time with a few friends who happen to be female CEOs.  The topic of leadership came up and we began discussing when each of us knew when we were indeed leaders. Is there a unified definition...

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