Time to Discuss is about lifting the lid on some of the everyday exchanges that we have with the Life Sciences industry. It is about sharing some of those insights, because we recognise that we are in a privileged position and that everyone can benefit if we share what we know and use it to spark further dialogue. We have a global network of candidates nurtured over our 13 years and we are partners to some of the industry’s biggest employers, helping them source, select, secure and develop the specialist talent they need. That gives us a lot to talk about.
"Finding people who can speak the language of the business, of the science and know where the line is, that’s our challenge."
"All the big pharma companies will have their own vaccines and that will create a lot of work for quality consultants, that is still just in its infancy right now."
"Today I see many people trying to get as much cross-functional fertilisation as possible,” he says, “particularly when quality talent is in such high demand..."
"With next generation medicine coming, we need a next generation workforce ready to design and validate those processes."
"We were moving towards a just-in-time approach to sourcing, and that came back to bite us. That move towards lean processes may come in for re-evaluation."
"Statisticians play a really important role in the development of medicines and generally in the medical field. All the decisions we take as an industry are based on data..."