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How can your company be a leader in a dizzying, disruption-
The best way of staying ahead of the pack is to position your organisation in a trusting commercial environment; an integrated one which rewards quality, rewards innovation, rewards transparency and rewards loyalty.
Tighter supply chain integration is a topic that is high on the agenda of those pharma companies that are seeking to improve efficiency, reduce costs and maintain quality through a more transparent and inclusive approach to their relationships with logistics suppliers. The various upstream and downstream players in the pharma-
Other industries when facing similar challenges in the past have taken a long, hard, look at their ways of doing business, sometimes from positions of considerable financial distress. Invariably, one of the key outcomes of such mass corporate introspection has been the emergence of cleaner, leaner, more inclusive supply configurations based around win-
Although this has never been comprehensively attempted before in the pharma space, at TEAM-
One alternative is to hope that you don’t need to change or improve and that competitive pressures, market forces and disruptive innovation will pass you by. Some hope!
In days gone by one of the smartest ways to benefit from innovation was to stay in the slipstream of the industry trail-
Shared goals and mutual trust lie at the core of the TEAM-
Reading these pages will help you understand why integrated working is a 'Good Thing'. But how can you get involved? What can you do to make it happen?
The main thing to realise is that you have to work at it. Like everything else you can watch it happen and miss out or you can make it happen and reap the benefits. To partner effectively you have to find the right partners, you must work together with these partners in a spirit of mutual trust and you must all pursue the same end-
"Silo mentality", "lack of transparency", "fragmentation", "lack of trust", "contractual barriers", “commoditisation", "poor data sharing" and "cultural dissonance" are just some of the words found in characterisations of present-
However, a structured approach to collaborative working and end-
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