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Why Every Biopharma Lab Should Have a 3D Printer (and a Laser Cutter Too)

This article first appeared in the Timmerman Report.

If there’s something most drug development people can agree upon today it’s that the industry needs more valuable new products. 817 more words


Back to the Future

I’m spending the mid-morning of my 17th Kronos anniversary at Gate 30 in the American Airlines terminal at Logan Airport. I should be in the air, on my way to a sales meeting in Dallas, but a 2-hour commute to the airport put me on the “missed my flight” list. 238 more words

Employee Engagement


Employee engagement is key to driving growth. This infographic shows how a slight increase in employee engagement results in a decrease in turnover and increase in profits.


A good reputation starts from inside your business

Part of the Effective Communication series from Pinch Yourself Communication

Building and maintaining a good reputation is important to every business – and it starts with the internal health of your organisation. 351 more words

Effective Communication

Where Great People Fail

Structure trumps talent. Badly designed organizations sabotage the best performers. 4 structural saboteurs: Overlapping domains: Managers with overlapping territories are paid to compete with one another.

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Employee Engagement

Little Shop of Engagement Horrors

It is no secret that employee engagement has become a vapor for most companies. The percentage of “engaged” employees has remained stable (and low) for well over 10 years. 349 more words

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Fellow Millennials: 4 Questions to Ask When Weighing Job Options

When we meet someone new, one of the first topics of conversation is always what we do for a living. Whenever I’m questioned about my career by young parents or travel-aspiring millennials, I’m constantly greeted with this response: “Wow! 726 more words

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