Posts Tagged ‘Takeda’

I’ve made the case in the past that one of the secret ingredients missing in most training organizations is having someone in place to head up Operations.

And a big piece of that is bringing on real project managers (not just rotational sales trainers thrown into the lion’s den of managing projects).

Here’s a good start – Takeda’s recent posting for a project management position:

Takeda PM job

If every biopharma training dept. had the right kind of person occupying a role like this, I guarantee that the savings realized would far exceed the salary expended.

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Fresh Jobs in the Midwest

Occasionally, we’ll feature some open jobs that aren’t (yet) listed on the Impactiviti Job Board. Here are a couple of openings with Takeda that might be of interest to our pharma network:

> Director, Talent Development (Chicago)

> Talent Development Program Designer (Chicago)

Plus: Medical Writer/Senior Medical Writer (Takeda, Chicago)

Here’s a link to the Impactiviti Job Board – your first stop for life sciences job searching!


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Will pharma sales forces drop (overall) by another 20% in the coming years? ZS Associates thinks yes. Interesting perspectives in this article.

FDA missing yet another drug review deadline (Takeda’s experimental gout drug). Question: if these pharma companies are paying additional fees to ensure that the FDA gives prompt reviews, why is there no accountability when FDA is chronically late?? Perhaps the FDA should undergo the sanctions that pharma companies receive for false claims…

DTC spending. Heading down.


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