The importance of matching talented leadership with the growth stage of your life-sciences company

Honeysett, J Michael; Metheny, Richard
June 2012
Nature Biotechnology;Jun2012, Vol. 30 Issue 6, p563
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the need to incorporate leadership skills with innovations during the growth stage of life science companies. It reports that during the initial days of a life science company, its survival depends on the ability to secure funds and carry the invention to the commercial world. It highlights that life science companies need to have good ideas together with a solid business plan to allure investors.


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