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Preparing for the Next Big Transformation

TayganPoint Consulting Group conducted its annual survey this year in collaboration with Pharma Voice.  The intent of the survey was to explore the many drivers Life Science Companies face as they transform and better understand how well they are prepared for driving transformation efforts.  The results are quite telling although...

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The Big Debate: Characteristics of Supply Chain Excellence

Supply Chain Management is complex and truly mastered by few. Building the organizational capability which orchestrates a multitude of activities that manage inventory, cost, and service is a challenging goal – one that requires strong alignment between Strategy & Governance, Operational Excellence, as well as the organization’s people, processes and...

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Street Talk: A Mid-Year Review of Challenges and Trends

Over the last six months, members of the TayganPoint team have been both speaking at and attending a variety of conferences in the area of Life Sciences, Health Care, Shared Services, Regulatory and Technology Advancement.  During our travels, we’ve encountered a number of emerging trends we feel are worth sharing. ...

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Exercising your Ask Muscle: Ask for the Job

  Humble Beginnings I got my first job when I was 16, working behind the counter of a Honeybaked Ham Company store in Clearwater, FL. At that age, regardless of gender, you’re on par with everyone else wrapping sticky pork shanks in tin foil and plastic netting. It doesn’t take a...

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5 Ways to Keep IT Transformation on Track

Business and IT transformation can pay off big time, but it often requires big investments. Keeping transformation projects on time and on budget may be just as challenging as figuring out what to transform. A case in point: the Australian supermarket conglomerate Woolworths Ltd., in August reported one-year business transformation...

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How an Entrepreneur Quit Her Job And Built a $20M Company

  Sometimes, you see entrepreneurs who make it look easy. They don’t have to fight through years of absolute failure. They start something…and it just works. For outsiders, it seems hard to believe. Must be magic. As co-founder and CEO of TayganPoint Consulting Group, a firm with $20 million in...

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