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Communication is key for large pharma companies to deliver results
28
Aug

Enabling large pharma companies to work through teamwork and communication

By: Primeast

Large pharma companies are struggling to innovate, according to a recent article in the Financial Times. Steve Brozak, president of WBB Securities, explained to the newspaper that organisations are under pressure to deliver innovation and rapid product development, but putting these two things together in a big pharma firm is an "oxymoron".

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Dealing with change: Why firms must be more flexible
28
Aug

Dealing with change: Why firms must be more flexible

By: Primeast

One area in which Primeast really excels is helping businesses across a wide range of sectors to adapt to cultural change within their industry. 

It is easy for firms to become set in their ways and this attitude can soon see them fall behind their more forward-thinking rivals.

The consumerisation of modern technology such as smartphones and tablets has given managers and executives new problems to deal with. Many employees now expect to be able to work remotely and the traditional 9-5 working day is becoming increasingly obsolete. 

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Fighting, not conflict, is a sign of dysfunction
28
Aug

Fighting, not conflict, is a sign of dysfunction

By: Primeast

Conflict is a word that has negative connotations in the English language and it is often associated with war, the severing of ties and negative tensions. However, conflict between two parties with contrary ideas isn't in itself the enemy; it is fighting that is a sign of dysfunction.

There is increasing agreement that the notion of conflict as a verb - i.e. to clash - can actually be healthy and is one of the best problem solving tools available to us, as long as it is managed correctly.

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Leaders need to nurture talent in order to innovate and grow.
17
Aug

Why businesses should be nurturing talent

By: Primeast

Thirty-six per cent of global employers are now having difficulty finding candidates with the right skills to fill open positions, according to a recent survey from ManpowerGroup. Over 50 per cent are also reporting talent shortages which affect their ability to meet client needs, with 40 per cent saying a lack of skills has reduced their competitiveness and productivity.

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