Organic and Inorganic Growth Strategy For Sustainable Business Excellence

For an enthusiast, witnessing any organization growing consistently, is indeed exhilarating. This becomes even more interesting at a time when challenges and frequent surprises in the business environment become a new normal. A robust short, medium and long growth strategy … Continue reading

An Interesting Link: Productivity At Work And Employee Fitness (Part 2)

Part 2: Mental Fitness As I wrote in my previous article, the complex multi-factorial work-life challenges in today’s Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous (VUCA)) world are virtually unprecedented. Interestingly, a sizeable part of such challenge is related to a wide … Continue reading

An Interesting Link: Productivity At Work and Employee Fitness (In 2 Parts)

Part 1: Physical Fitness Today’s work environment is much more challenging than ever before. The challenge is undoubtedly multi-factorial. Many of these are external – mostly related to increasing complex, and difficult to fathom uncertainties and surprises in the overall … Continue reading

Creating A ‘Virtuous Cycle’ Through Patient Reach and Care

As many would know, in the strategic marketing process of any product including patented and generic drugs crafty product differentiation plays a critical role. This strategic process of creating a competitive edge with unique product differentials is necessary. It helps perceiving … Continue reading

‘Rigged’ Payment System Limits Biosimilar Access

As often discussed, market entry of biosimilars, in general, brings a new hope not just for many patients, but also to biosimilar drug manufacturers – planning to get marketing approvals of these drugs in the United States, the El Dorado … Continue reading