Consultants Confidential - Pharmaceutical Executive

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Consultants Confidential

Eduardo Schur, Navigant Consulting

November 3, 2008

Despite all the pressures on pharma, and its increasingly competitive marketplace, the outlook for the industry continues to be positive.

Gadi Saarony, Parexel Consulting

November 3, 2008

Typically, companies have outsourced back-office operations or routine activities. Now they should be thinking about partnering to obtain strategic capabilities.

Claude Allary, Frederic Desdouits, Alain J. Gilbert; Bionest Partners

November 3, 2008

Most of the innovative products are now coming from hundreds of emerging companies worldwide. The objective is no longer solely to identify the right asset, but to get access and secure it through more and more complex deals and value-sharing partnerships

Pharma Be Nimble. Quick!

November 3, 2008

Is a phoenix beginning to rise from this year's layoffs, expiring patents, and regulatory setbacks? Ask the consultants...

Phil Garland, BearingPoint

November 3, 2008

The theme for the pharmaceutical and biotech industries in 2009 is change.

John Campbell, Campbell Alliance

November 3, 2008

"Specialized consultants will have the opportunity to work on a larger volume of strategic and operationally focused projects. Clients will increasingly focus on receiving value for their money"

Robert Shewbrooks, TGaS Advisors

November 3, 2008

Comm op can offer valuable strengths for difficult times - analytic, systematic, managerial, and strategic - and provide an untapped resource for senior management.

Raymond Hill, IMS

November 3, 2008

Evidence-based consultants can, for example, access data rapidly, analyze it, and extract critical strategic and market insights - while traditional players are still turning to others for data and, often, insights.

Michael Eckstut and Nancy Bergsteinsson; Archstone Consulting

November 3, 2008

"Increased outsourcing will yield lower costs, but also will increase the potential for risk (less control of suppliers, materials, and raining), as well as less flexibility when it comes to responding to business changes"

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