Topic: Training & Personnel
Pharma's Global Hunt for Talent
The need for speed and access to new markets is fueling offshoring to Asia. Is a shortage of U.S. scientists and engineers also driving this trend?
A Systems View of Scheduling
Most scheduling systems are "feedback systems." Such systems can become unstable under certain conditions and produce erratic and unpredictable behaviors.
Speak Up! 10 Ways to Propel Your Career from the Podium
As Seinfeld put it, public speaking scares more people than death itself. Is it worth the sweaty palms and nervousness? Yes, says our career expert JoAnn Hines. In fact, it may be the secret to landing the ideal job.
Black Belt Not Required: Do you really know what they want?
In the words of Dale Carnegie, “You can close more business in two months by becoming interested in other people than you can in two years by trying to get other people interested in you.” Penelope Przekop discusses how to discern and respond to the needs of your internal customers — no matter how difficult they may be.
White Papers: In Depth Research
Five Key Steps to Minimizing Risk During GMP Site Renovations
Author: John Buescher and Tom Kreher, McCarthy Building Companies
Renovating any facility while manufacturing is going on poses a number of risks. This position paper by John Buescher and Tom Kreher of McCarthy Building Companies outlines top priorities and how to address them.