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APPENDIX Project Leadership Attributes [2] • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Demonstrates and inspires confidence Able to convince others to complete tasks they would not normally want to do Enables/motivates/encourages people to go out on an educated limb Has respect and credibility of organization Keeps the best interests of company goals in mind in execution of projects Conveys confidence in their vision to internal and external personnel Easy and effective communicator Takes calculated risks and makes informed decisions Manages failure, learns from it Demonstrated past successes Effective use of alliances Effective conflict management Good delegation skills Demonstrated negotiation skills internally and externally Chapter 3 Drug Development in Biotechnology and How We Can Do It Better Susan Linna INTRODUCTION This chapter identifies the specific challenges of project management in small and start-up biotechnology firms.

The well-known matrix structure allows multiple functional groups to service multiple projects (see Fig. 1). In reality, the actual structure in place varies. At one end of the spectrum, there is a group of dominant functions (the technical specialists), and project managers try to coordinate the activities of the various people in the functions for a particular project. ” Most life science companies are somewhere in this range of 26 P3M in the Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Industries Managing director Therapy area CMC Clinical Regulatory Etc.

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