Good from great

Moyer, Matt; Dunphy, Mike
October 2007
Pharmaceutical Representative;Oct2007, Vol. 37 Issue 10, p34
The article explains how talent, knowledge and skill contribute to the identification of human performance potential in the pharmaceutical industry. Recognizing and liberating talent is critical to empowering and keeping the right people for the right work. It would be essential to find ways to enable talented people funnel their skills through their talents to maximize creative and highly effective work performance.


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