The life sciences industry has drastically evolved over the past decade, as blockbuster drugs have come off of patent, mergers and acquisitions have reshaped the landscape and contract research organizations have become critical components of the ecosystem. Given these changes, it's no surprise that life sciences executives are planning to invest heavily in their workforces in order to keep pace with the rapidly evolving landscape.
Decades ago, life sciences companies shifted from winning with the best scientists to winning through the best partnerships. Today, an analogous shift is taking place with how they view business talent management. Innovative leaders are faced with the question: how can life sciences organizations leverage flexible talent-access models to stay agile and innovative in an increasingly competitive market?
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