What to Examine in the Strategic Partnership

Schultz, Joshua
April 2010
Applied Clinical Trials;2010 Partnerships Supplement, p14
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the advantages of strategic partnerships in relation to the biopharmaceutical industry. It notes that leveraging partnership is more strategic which allows biopharmaceutical companies to focus on efficiency and prioritize resources. In addition, it cites that the strategic development partnership model decreases internal sponsor oversight requirements. It says that partnership offers several advantages in governance, communication and process management.


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