This White Paper discusses life science trends and themes that are set to transform the way project management is handled in the pharmaceutical and medical devices industries.

These life science trends include the following: continual growth of agile project management practices; remote teams are the new normal; bringing investors on the project journey; taking project management to the cloud then; customizable project management reports using open APIs, i.e. to integrate with customer relationship management (CRM) and finance systems; project managers are the new change managers.

This White Paper discusses life science trends and themes that are set to transform the way project management is handled in the pharmaceutical and medical devices industries.

These life science trends include the following: continual growth of agile project management practices; remote teams are the new normal; bringing investors on the project journey; taking project management to the cloud then; customizable project management reports using open APIs, i.e. to integrate with customer relationship management (CRM) and finance systems; project managers are the new change managers.

Extract:

John F. Kennedy said: “Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future.”

To stay ahead, you need to look ahead. The secret to keeping ahead of your competitors can be found by reacting to some of last year’s project failures and building on your successes. Ask the difficult questions about your project management practices: What did we do really well? What can we do better? What are our competitors doing?