Strategy & Vision

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Strategy is a single word supporting a lot of definitions depending on the person who will design it. This web page is listing some of the key strategy definitions by top quality leaders and management gurus. The main origin of strategy is: WAR. The first applications in corporate management were made by H. Mintzberg (plan – pattern – position – perspective), by M. E. Porter (“deliberately choosing a different set of activities to deliver a unique mix of value”) and many others.

On this page, you will find reports about Corporate Strategy applicable to the Life Sciences Industry and what will probably drive the success of the companies in the near future.

Connected Insights – QuintilesIMS – 2016 qiihi_connecting_insights_october2016

The Genomics Inflection Point: Implications for Healthcare – Rock Health – 2016

The Productivity Trio in Biosciences R&D – SciTech Strategy Blog – 2016

The coming USD 1.5 trillion shift in healthcare – Strategy& – 2016

Harvard Business School – Institute for Strategy & Competitiveness – Health Care My comment: it is the website put in place by Michael E. Porter inside HBS focusing on Health Care Challenges & Opportunitites. This page is regularly updated and full of resources.

Profiles of New Approaches to Improving the Efficiency and Performance of Pharmaceutical Drug Development – 2015 – Tufts Center for the Study of Drug Development

Competitiveness in the Age of Digital – 2015 – Accenture Strategy

The Future of Health Is More, Better, Cheaper – 2015 – Strategy & Business (link to PWC report mentioned in the article: Global Health New Entrants)

M&A Predictor – 2015 – KPMG

Orphan drug development: an economically viable strategy for biopharma R&D – 2012 – Drug Discovery Today

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