Articles by Sander Flaum - Pharmaceutical Executive

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Articles by Sander Flaum

Learning From Fast-Action Obama

Mar 1, 2009

Our new president came in with a 100-day plan. His execution may be less than perfect, but his make-change approach inspires confidence

Innovation Nation

Feb 1, 2009

The President is ready to spend heavily to help out economy. Let's invest in ideas that carry us forward.

Going for Gold

Handling a multitude of mundane tasks at onesitting can save time. But when dealing with critical issues, leaders need to focus on execution
Oct 1, 2008

Try this one on for size: Multi-tasking isn't the path to greatness

Perfectly Imperfect

Jun 1, 2008

Everyone makes mistakes; how you handle them is the measure of a true leader

Staying in the Game

May 1, 2008

The tech-savvy creative team at Concentric Rx has its sales force mixing work and play

Will They Say You Were a Scrooge or a Saint?

Think your legacy might be lampooned? It's not too late to change how you'll be remembered.
Sep 1, 2007

This piece has nothing to do with the Blackstone Group or its CEO, Stephen A. Schwarzman. Well, maybe just a little.

Real Leaders Pay It Forward

Whopping severance pay for nonperforming CEOs, staggering bonuses for Wall Street executives. We have to ask: Do leaders have a responsibility to something bigger than their wallets?
Jul 30, 2007

Bill Gates and Warren Buffet: Their legacies will last long after the ink has dried on the latest "World's Richest People" list

Leadership: Outsmarting Your Competitors

Gaining market share isn't something you do only once—think of it as running a race with no finish line
Jun 1, 2007

The key to becoming a stronghold: Avoid an overfocus on your own business—and never stop being paranoid and opportunistic

Leadership: Getting on Board

For new leaders, the clock starts ticking before the job begins. Here's how to set yourself up for success.
May 1, 2007

Perhaps the biggest mistake a first-time leader can make is waiting until the job actually begins before going to work.

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