Those organizations with good leadership are easily identifiable; their leader’s ethos is in the bloodstream of the organization and their employees are fully engaged with this mindset as well. Sounds simple? The well-known Simon [...]
Jon Wood is currently Chairman of the Association for Clinical Data Management (ACDM) which he balances with his full-time role as Senior Vice President, Operations at Accelsiors, a CRO Headquartered in Budapest. How long [...]
We recently had a catch-up with Marta Garcia from Servier who shared her perspective on the potential impact of the Brexit decision on the Clinical Research Industry. Having worked in Medical Affairs and Clinical Research [...]
Over recent months particularly, we have been bombarded with the terms ‘strong and stable’ relating to Leadership as we have witnessed and endured seemingly endless political campaigns and numerous elections. We have been sold various [...]
“This tells the industry what they should be looking for when selecting a high-quality provider” As an organization, IAOCR operates in a unique sphere; we are neither a Clinical Research Organization (CRO), sponsor company nor [...]
With over twenty years in the clinical research industry, Covance Vice President & General Manager, Ali Holland’s career began in nursing where she became involved in a research project as part of her thesis [...]
The One Thing That All Good Leaders Do This week my colleague Angela and I are at Kellogg School of Management in Chicago meeting faculty members for our recently launched ELIACR program. Being back [...]
What's the Business Case for Physical Fitness? What has the physical fitness of individuals got to do with employers? you may ask. In today's drive for improved productivity and efficiency, employees often feel compelled [...]
2020 Vision: foresight, engagement and creativity are essential for overcoming the challenge of the 21st Century. Is it really that hard to achieve? Have you ever wondered why it is, that once you have decided that [...]
At IAOCR, we genuinely care about what we do and about the clinical research industry; but that has meant an exceptionally busy start to 2017 which you might have noticed. Beyond our ‘day-to-day’ work we’ve [...]
It's Time To Get Engaged Our January blog “How Increased Staff Engagement Could Save the Clinical Research Industry $ Millions” considered the cost of employee engagement and why this needs to be [...]
Emergency Summit Meeting : The UK Clinical Research Industry in a Pre-Brexit & Post-Brexit Britain 6 March 2017 IAOCR is calling an emergency summit meeting with industry leaders to discuss what measures [...]
IAOCR Lobbying, Regulatory & Parliamentary Activities Stay updated - get involved - contact us Campaign for Competence The competence of those undertaking clinical trials is inherently important from both an ethical and [...]
Staff engagement and retention is a huge issue for the clinical research industry. To help celebrate the launch of our 2017 campaign “Year of Engagement” we wanted to kick-off Spotlight On Leadership with an [...]
Shaping the Clinical Research Industry What is WQA? WQA (Workforce Quality Accreditation) is the business improvement methodology that is shaping clinical research organizations on a global basis by helping to drive up quality [...]
How Increased Staff Engagement Could Save the Clinical Research Industry $Millions Stagnant Engagement & Plummeting Productivity Engaged employees are more effective and productive and are good ambassadors for your [...]
At IAOCR we’re always excited to speak with people that have a passion for improving approaches and standards within the clinical research industry. This month we’re delighted to share our interview with Bernie Zeiher, president, [...]
Our CEO, Jacqueline Johnson North tells us why IAOCR actively engages with the people that shape our industry and about her recent supper with British Prime Minister, Theresa May. IAOCR has been working with industry leaders, regulators and [...]
This month we are delighted to share our interview with David Stuart Friedman from the Kellogg School of Management. Thanks David for telling us about your experiences in working at the Kellogg School of Management [...]
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