Make me a match

Gallion, Kirk
April 2004
Bio-IT World;Apr2004, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p58
Academic Journal
Discusses preparation for outsourcing software development, laboratory services and clinical trial operations in the life sciences industry. Challenges being faced by organizations in the industry; Identification of project parameters; Integration of collective team activities while developing a team culture; Documentation of activities and transfer of knowledge from the partner to an organization.


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