Pharma Leaders Pharma Professional of the Year 2016
Fifty years ago, with the FDA pressing ever harder on efficacy, the most important thing in a pharma chief was probably knowing what went into making an effective drug. Twenty years ago, you needed to know how to market it to get the most money out of a very narrow patent window. These days, you need to be able to negotiate a fearsome political and regulatory environment.Pharma Leaders 2016 is looking out for a dynamic leader whose initiatives & strategies make the Board, Investors & people happy. Pharma Leaders 2016 Nomination Desk is presenting the six finalists who are true leaders in their own way.

The Healthcare Leader is a Professional who set an example. Pharmaceutical companies face complex issues that grow more challenging by theday. Healthcare reform and changes in technology, government policy, and consumer expectations are revolutionizing relationships with key stakeholders and impacting operations in unforeseen ways.Globalization is presenting its own set of challenges that span multiple levels of most pharmaceutical organizations—from marketing to regulatory. Add to the mix the “patent cliff,” a sagging economy, shrinking R&D budgets and lackluster sales pipelines and you have a recipe that would challenge even the most seasoned leadership team.Most experts believe that companies who succeed in the face of such challenges will do so by placing a renewed emphasis on innovation. Moreover, they will adapt effectively in the face of change and uncertainty and will position themselves as a vital partner in the healthcare delivery chain.One of the most crucial questions facing the industry, though, is what leadership skills companies will need to navigate this complex and changing landscape—and how current pharmaceutical leaders stack up. Here are the Six Nominees.

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