Navigation Links
Using Early Stage Commercialization Activities to Build Long-Term Success for the Bottom Line
Date:12/18/2007

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., Dec. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Despite all the scientific advancements in drug discovery and development, it's still a long and expensive trip from the lab to the marketplace. To make that investment of time and money pay off, best-in-class pharmaceutical companies have learned to inject commercial insights early in the product development process, according to research from Best Practices, LLC.

"It's clear early integration of commercialization activities pays off, be it eliminating an unpromising compound early in the development process or achieving success at product launch," said Chris Bogan, chief executive officer of Best Practices, LLC.

The 113-page study found that organizational form or structure is a critical enabler of early integration of commercial activities. Leading companies build an organizational structure that fosters commercialization excellence through integrated portfolio, project and process management programs across a compound's development cycles, according to the study.

The report, "From Genes to Giants: Best Practices in Early-Stage Commercialization," will help leaders in new product planning and market research learn best practices in early-stage product commercialization. The study contains a wealth of insights gleaned from interviews and benchmark surveys with pharma companies such as Bristol-Myers Squibb, Eli Lilly, GlaxoSmithKline, Johnson & Johnson, Novartis, and Pfizer.

To download a complimentary summary of the study, go to http://www3.best-in-class.com/rr892.htm .

Some of the findings to emerge from the study include:

-- Centralize early and late-stage commercialization functions to

cultivate better integration among people, resources, activities and

capital-intensive projects.

-- Employ integrated tools, techniques and tactics for portfolio

management and decisi
'/>"/>

SOURCE Best Practices, LLC
Copyright©2007 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2

Related medicine news :

1. Using coxibs and NSAIDs to treat osteoarthritis
2. Adverse housing conditions contribute to diabetes risk
3. Females avoid incest by causing male relatives to leave home
4. Are Bargaining Groups Hired by Independent Drugstores Causing Payment Delays to Pharmacies?
5. University of Nevada School of Medicine Professor Confirms Accuracy Through Validation Study Using the CSI Health Station Model 6K
6. National Council of Negro Women (NCNW) Partners With Sherwin-Williams to Target Lead Risks in Neglected Housing
7. Using the Internet to Promote Exercise
8. Hazards of using crib bumper pads outweigh their benefits
9. Nosespray vaccine using aloe vera has exciting potential, researcher says
10. Patient Safety Authority Releases Advisory Focusing on Common Causes of Medication Errors
11. Genetic test announced for suicidal ideation in patients using antidepressant drugs
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:8/1/2015)... ... August 01, 2015 , ... Tina Wilcoxson, owner of Freeport ... was given that honor by the National Retail Federation, the largest retail trade association ... one of three Maine business owners to be named as such. According to the ...
(Date:8/1/2015)... (PRWEB) , ... August 01, 2015 , ... BeverlyD, owner ... the March4thforWellBeing foundation, making hers the very first small business donation to kick off ... beautiful for over thirty years. Her legacy includes a complete line of raw, organic ...
(Date:7/31/2015)... , ... July 31, 2015 , ... When the weather ... Super-Sod debuted their new type of sod called Leisure Time(TM) zoysia . It's ... process. , To commemorate introduction of this new type of sod, Super-Sod is giving ...
(Date:7/31/2015)... Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) , ... July 31, 2015 ... ... the five new industry players to know in predictive health analytics , ... machine learning technologies. The firm creates predictive software that targets patient and population ...
(Date:7/31/2015)... ... July 31, 2015 , ... ... workshop at its new True North Conference Center. The medical community, social workers, ... Jacksonville community may be more aligned in the effort to better understand and ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:Local Retail Advocate Wins National Recognition 2Health News:March4thforWellBeing Foundation Kickoff 2Health News:Super-Sod Introduces Leisure Time(TM) Zoysia Grass with an Adirondack Chair Promotion 2Health News:Jvion Showcased as Leader in the Predictive Analytic Market 2Health News:Lakeview Health Links Sex Trafficking and Addiction in Special Jacksonville Educational Workshop 2Health News:Lakeview Health Links Sex Trafficking and Addiction in Special Jacksonville Educational Workshop 3
... DANVILLE, PA Using the Electronic Health Record to ... in improved blood sugar and cholesterol levels, better vaccination ... new Geisinger study. , Geisinger Health System launched ... diabetes patients in 2005. A study published in Aprils ...
... Across the Country Gather to Discuss, Interactive Patient Care Topics ... ... Patient Experience, WASHINGTON, April 7, 2008 ... solutions, today,announced the kick-off of GetConnected2008. Designed exclusively for the,GetWellNetwork ...
... New York Hospital Upgrades Three X-Ray Rooms from Film to IDC ... ... April 7 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - IDC (Imaging Dynamics Company,Ltd.) (TSX: IDL), the ... that Saratoga Hospital in Saratoga,Springs, New York has purchased IDC,s X2200, ...
... The critical lack of,family and paraprofessional caregivers ... renewal of the Community College Caregiver Training,Initiative for ... Foundation, The Caregiving Project for Older,Americans, a project ... a Request for Proposals (RFP) and will award ...
... DNA Day on April 25th, Suracell Inc. urges Americans to use ... their genes to promote healthy aging, SOUTH ... stock up on everything touted as "good for you?" Convinced,there,s nothing you ... the pioneer in personal genetic health. With National DNA,Day on April 25, ...
... has significantly advanced understanding of the molecular events ... in adults, human glioblastoma (GBM). The research, published ... the journal Cancer Cell, validates known genetic aberrations ... thereby elucidating new directions for potential therapeutic strategies. ...
Cached Medicine News:Health News:Geisinger improves care for thousands of diabetics through use of the Electronic Health Record 2Health News:GetWellNetwork Kicks Off GetConnected2008, First Annual Users Conference 2Health News:GetWellNetwork Kicks Off GetConnected2008, First Annual Users Conference 3Health News:Saratoga Hospital Purchases Three IDC DR Systems 2Health News:Saratoga Hospital Purchases Three IDC DR Systems 3Health News:ILC-USA and MetLife Foundation Launch Second Year of Community College Caregiver Training Grants 2Health News:Know Your Personal Genetic Health to Age Better Now! 2Health News:New regulatory circuit identified for aggressive, malignant brain tumor 2
(Date:7/31/2015)... , July 31, 2015  Boston Children,s Hospital ... from 3D printing of their anatomy before undergoing ... cerebrovascular malformations (abnormalities in the brain,s blood vessels) ... online today in the Journal of Neurosurgery: ... 3D printing and synthetic resins to create custom, ...
(Date:7/31/2015)... , July 31, 2015 ... decades of experience, the domestic pharmaceutical industry is strong, ... manufacture products to high international standards. One ... known is in sub-Saharan Africa: Morocco has quietly become ... South Africa . Indeed, Moroccan pharma ...
(Date:7/31/2015)... SAN DIEGO , July 31, 2015 ... Eisai Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Tokyo , ... Halozyme Therapeutics, Inc. (Headquarters: San Diego, California ... , "NASDAQ: HALO") have signed a clinical collaboration agreement ... , "eribulin") in combination with Halozyme,s investigational drug PEGPH20 ...
Breaking Medicine Technology:3D Printing Helps Doctors Rehearse Complex Brain Procedures 23D Printing Helps Doctors Rehearse Complex Brain Procedures 33D Printing Helps Doctors Rehearse Complex Brain Procedures 4PharmaBoardroom Releases New Morocco Pharmaceuticals Report 2PharmaBoardroom Releases New Morocco Pharmaceuticals Report 3Eisai and Halozyme Sign Collaboration Agreement to Investigate Eribulin and PEGPH20 in Metastatic Breast Cancer 2Eisai and Halozyme Sign Collaboration Agreement to Investigate Eribulin and PEGPH20 in Metastatic Breast Cancer 3Eisai and Halozyme Sign Collaboration Agreement to Investigate Eribulin and PEGPH20 in Metastatic Breast Cancer 4Eisai and Halozyme Sign Collaboration Agreement to Investigate Eribulin and PEGPH20 in Metastatic Breast Cancer 5Eisai and Halozyme Sign Collaboration Agreement to Investigate Eribulin and PEGPH20 in Metastatic Breast Cancer 6
... MAPLE GROVE, Minn., Feb. 18, 2011 Upsher-Smith Laboratories, ... previously announced recall of Jantoven® Warfarin Sodium, USP, 3 ... on the same packaging line between May 17, 2010 ... recall as a precautionary measure after a single bottle ...
... National Pharmacy Programs and Services was recognized at the J.D. ... a J.D. Power 2011 Customer Service Champion — ... this year. To qualify for inclusion on ... own industries, but also must stand out among leading brands ...
Cached Medicine Technology:Upsher-Smith Laboratories Announces Expansion of Voluntary Nationwide Recall 2Upsher-Smith Laboratories Announces Expansion of Voluntary Nationwide Recall 3Kaiser Permanente Recognized as a J.D. Power 2011 Customer Service Champion 2
This multiple-function instrument allows the surgeon to grasp, coagulate, and transect tissue with a single instrument, eliminating the need for multiple instruments and, in some procedures, costly l...
Bipolar forceps...
... An in vitro Nucleic Acid ... using Microplate Chemiluminescence for the ... (HPV) Types 6,11,16,18,31,33,35,39,42,43,44,45,51,52,56,58,59 and 68 ... Lowand High-Risk Groups in Cervical ...
... superb radiation protection-0.62mm (+/- .05)Pb lead glass ... to their level of protection, they are ... smoothly on your bridge while hugging your ... wear corrective lenses, you can order Leaded ...
Medicine Products: