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Archive: Making Good Teams Better: Taking Your Cross-Functional Global Team

Course #: BI10357
November 11, 2010

Course Description

Teamwork isn’t easy. While most teams are highly skilled technically and scientifically, only the best teams can overcome the pressure, compressed deadlines, inevitable conflict, and unforeseeable turns of direction.  Others struggle and get stuck in a loop of conflict, rework, and fire fighting, which slows down their work, and costs them precious time. What differentiates the best teams from the others?  What are they doing behaviorally and operationally to navigate through the issues, and rise above the noise? A research study was conducted specifically to study teamwork in the pharmaceutical industry.  Over 500 team members and team leaders participated – and the results are clear and compelling.  There are strategies you can employ tomorrow to start getting your team back on track.  Attend this session and find out what we learned.

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Learning Objectives

  • Distinguish five building blocks for high performance teams
  • Harness the power of a structured team kick-off
  • Identify 11 drivers of teamwork that increase trust, ownership, and higher performance

Who Should Attend

  • Team Leaders
  • Team Members of Clinical Teams, Product Development Teams, Expert Teams, Global Teams, Regulatory Teams
  • Department Leaders


The course will be led by one of the following instructors:

Ruth Dubinsky, M.S., O.D.

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Hold this course at your company! For more information, contact Naila Ganatra at +1 215.413.2471.