Appears On Radar New L&D Needs For Pharma’s New e-Environment

As drug companies were desperately trying to navigate through the operational disruptions due to Covid crisis, the Learning and Development (LD) plans of most organizations, considered so important for employees, got badly impacted. This was ably captured in the article … Continue reading

Restart Pharma Demand Generation Activities With Actionable Insight

As the ‘Lockdown. 04’ in India passes by, a time comes to press the restart button of all business activities in the country, in a calibrated manner, though, keeping in mind, the Covid-19 cases is yet to find its peak … Continue reading

An Essential ‘Acrobatic Feat’ Remains Relevant Even In Digital Pharma World

“A manager must, so to speak, keep his nose to the grindstone while lifting his eyes to the hills — quite an acrobatic feat!” This profound statement was articulated by the Management Guru of all-time – Peter F. Drucker, in his book … 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

Envisaging ‘five emerging key strategic changes’ in the Indian Pharmaceutical Industry

In India, the domestic pharmaceutical market has clocked a CAGR of around 13% to 14% since the last five years. Currently, the market is dominated by the drugs for mass ailments. However, such trend has already started showing a shift … Continue reading