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- Fund to encourage women to follow science career
- The UK’s Cogent Group – a strategic skills body for the science industries – has launched a fund to encourage women to take up a science career.There will be a £1,000 incentive for any employers who help to increase the number of females working in the STEM [science, technology, engineering, and mathematics] industries.The funding comes from the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES) and is intended to tackle the gender imbalance in the STEM industries; there are currently six times more men than women working in the science industries and only 10% of STEM managers are ...
- Aon Hewitt announces top companies for leaders 2014
- Three healthcare companies ranked high in the 2014 Global Aon Hewitt Top Companies for Leaders compiled by Aon Hewitt, the global talent, retirement and health solutions business of Aon.Procter & Gamble rated sixth in the global list of winners, while Novartis came ninth and Lilly placed 18.In the North America category, Procter & Gamble came fourth and Lilly placed eleventh.The study evaluates and recognises what it takes to execute best-in-class leadership and talent management around the world. The analysis found top companies shared five key characteristics in their leadership ...
- Education secretary launches Your Life campaign
- England’s secretary of state for education Nicky Morgan claims many teenagers are making subject choices at school that are “holding them back for the rest of their lives.”Morgan’s remarkets were part of her keynote speech for the launch of the Your Life campaign, which aims to increase the number of pupils opting to study STEM (sciences, technology, engineering and maths) subjects.The campaign seeks to increase the uptake of math and physics A-levels by 50% in three years, claiming the skills taken from these subjects are vital for UK industries including food, fashion, retail and ...
- Half of UK teachers, tutors and student unaware of STEM career opportunities
- More than half of staff and students in education are unaware of career opportunities in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields. New research by Populus for Nestlé UK & Ireland reveals the gap between youth enthusiasm for science and maths and employers’ ability to hire the STEM employees they need in the future.Around 78% of young people aged 14 to 16 years old would consider a STEM career, but 51% say they know little or nothing about the type of jobs that are on offer. Of those surveyed, 41% of females compared to 58% of males were aware of career ...
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- Developing an innovation culture
- The pharmaceutical sector is one of the few industries still operating on a business model that largely dates back more than 60 years, something which is becoming increasingly less viable as we settle into the rapid-paced digital era.Many senior executives claim that given the sector they operate in and the unique complexities they face, changing to a different modus operandi is not a straight-forward proposition. That may be so, but like many other industries – from automotive, telecommunications to IT - pharma is being forced to reinvent itself.I’m reminded of Spencer Johnson’s best-selling ...
- Unlocking intrapreneurial talent
- Disruptive innovation may be a rapidly evolving business trend, however properly harnessing it, particularly in the pharmaceutical sector, is still proving challenging. Yet igniting innovation such that it leads to the creation of cost-effective, tangible improvements in healthcare is the obvious way forward. Morphing the current organisation structures into new forms that nurture collaboration, discovery, experimentation and development – and result in new business models - can and do lead to explosive new growth opportunities.What we are currently witnessing are global pharmaceutical ...
- So you want to be a medical writer?
- If you are thinking about a career change and want to get started in medical writing, read on to find out how to become a medical writer.To start with, a medical writer needs to understand medical concepts and ideas, keep an eye on regulatory and research related information, have a keen interest in the development of pharmaceutical products, working knowledge of the healthcare/ pharmaceutical industry (via such websites as www.pmlive.com) and above all have impeccable writing skills.It goes without saying that a genuine, demonstrable understanding and interest in the industry is essential. ...
- Lessons learned from mentoring
- Many companies have mentoring schemes in place and, if used to their best advantage they can be a 'win-win' for both the mentee and mentor - not to mention the company itself.But mentoring has to be about more than just helping a less experienced colleague or a role you take on because it is expected of you. You have to want to do it and recognise that at the heart of the process is a means for you to give back some of your knowledge and help someone avoid the pitfalls and the mistakes you've learned the hard way. In my experience the relation between mentor and mentee has to be based ...