What is the next scientific (r)evolution? What is going to be the breakthrough of the following century? What if the answer was depending of the way that science and scientists are managed and leaded?That has been one of the topics discussed at Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting. In that context, the project “Leadership and management in science: How the next generation of leading scientists feels the present and sees the future” has been started. This survey study brings together two young scientists (Maude Giroud and Juhwan Noh) as well as the Nobel Laureate Michael Levitt and the senior partner at Mckinsey & Co, Matthias Evers. In this survey, you will find the core questions of our project about how the new generation of scientist appreciates leadership and what the future improvements could be. We would like to thank you in advance for your cooperation and your help on this project. We hope to publish the results soon.
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