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Read Intrapreneuring Case Study “Leading Innovation” by Ivey Business School!

January 27, 2015


The prestigious Ivey Business School of the Western University in Ontario, Canada, published an insightful new teaching case study on intrapreneuring and corporate innovation titled “Boehringer Ingelheim: Leading Innovation” in which the case writers, Professor J. Robert Mitchell, Ph.D., and Ramasastry Chandrasekhar, follow the footsteps of the newly appointed innovation director. Meant to raise questions […]

Join me for the SAPA-CT Milestone Celebration Meeting at Yale University on Feb 22

February 21, 2014


“Bridging between US and China in Current Pharmaceutical World – Strategies, Innovation and Implementation” Join me at 11:15am at the Sino-American Pharmaceutical Professionals Association‘s new Connecticut Chapter (SAPA-CT) Milestone Celebration Meeting held at Yale University (N107 The Anlyan Center, 300 Cedar St, New Haven, CT, 06511), 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Feb 22, 2014.

Women in Life-Sciences: Pharma Think Tank at UCSF on Oct. 30, 2013

October 15, 2013


Top 10 posts for Employee Resource Groups (ERG) / Business Resource Groups (BRG)

April 29, 2013


Here are my Top 10 posts for Employee Resource Groups (ERG) / Business Resource Groups (BRG): 1.  Why do companies need business-focused ERGs? The answer is as simple as this: Because it makes good business sense! 2.  Build ERGs as an innovative business resource! The increasing diversity of employees at the workplace led to employees […]

Top 10 Innovation posts

February 21, 2013


Here are my Top 10 posts on innovation: 1.  What does it take to keep innovating? (part 1 of 3) Can strategic innovation rely on creative chaos? – To make a long story short, the answer is: No!  Read what it takes to consistently innovate and give you a very cool example too. 2.  How to become the […]

Collective Intelligence: The Genomics of Crowds

May 15, 2012


Group intelligence beats individual brilliance – and businesses are willing to pay for the crowd’s wisdom in the social sphere.  The MIT’s ‘genetic’ model allows combining social ‘genes’ to harness the collective intelligence of crowd wisdom successfully and sustainably, for example in scientific research or business/employee resource groups. We use collective intelligence every day Whenever […]

Job description for an Executive Sponsor

February 1, 2012


Job description for an Executive Sponsor Executive sponsorship is an important prerequisite for the success of employee groups.  The challenge is finding a great sponsor, so what should you look for?  What would a job description for an executive sponsor look like?  ‑ Here are some practical ideas that have worked. Why executive sponsorship is critical […]