With a subdued air settling over the industry, organisations are under pressure to turn things around. However, with economic expansion starting to turn to stagnation or decline in many parts of the world, there are sure to be many hurdles to overcome.
Investment is low and business-to-business spending is dropping off. While consumer sentiment is largely improving, economic trouble in the Eurozone, Asia and South America is threatening stability. Add into the mix security concerns coming out of the Middle East and North Africa, increased regulation, health and safety issues and emerging technologies, and a challenging picture emerges for manufacturing organisations.
Companies need to be able to do it all: You need to be able to innovate and bring products to market, while lowering costs; you need to focus on efficiency, while using resource to trial and implement new technologies; and you need to remain competitive, while complying with rules and regulations.
Primeast has a network of facilitators across the globe who are experts in leadership, teamwork, and organisational development and change within the context of the manufacturing sector. Our team delivers bespoke interventions that are designed to help organisations overcome the unique challenges they are facing and achieve sustainable performance.
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To find out more about how we can prepare your organisation for the future, please contact us.
Ivan Diaz-Padilla, MD, PhD, Global Clinical Leader, Novartis Oncology Clinical Development, Switzerland
I would like to congratulate the Education Office for having these sort of trainings (Emotional Intelligence). They should be a “must” in Novartis, and (Primeast Senior Consultant) Dave Levine is an amazing coach and facilitator.