VP, Portfolio Management and Strategy, Merck & Co.
Global Head, Portfolio Management and Strategic Planning, Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research
Senior Expert, Strategy and Portfolio Management , Sanofi-Aventis
Senior Director, R&D Information, AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals
VP. Project and Portfolio Management, Baxter Healthcare
Gain insight on effective processes for portfolio management and resource planning with Johnson & Johnson
Evaluate methods for shaping long term portfolio strategy with Baxter Healthcare Corporation
Investigate the effects that government regulations have on portfolio management processes with Gilead Sciences, Inc
Prepare for the challenges faced with forecasting and scenario planning with ArthroCare Corporation
Understand best practices for coordinating cross functional teams to ensure project optimization with Endo Pharmaceuticals
Three Pre-Conference Workshops Available for Additional Cost:
Workshop A: Analyzing Techniques to Balance a Portfolio Comprised of Both New Products and Established Drugs with Onyx Pharmaceuticals
Workshop B: Assessing Strategic and Operational Portfolio Management While Optimizing Techniques for Each Method with Alexion Pharmaceuticals
Workshop C: Implementation of Portfolio Management - Typical Barriers and How to Overcome Them with Catenion
The success of a pharmaceutical company relies on effective portfolio management and resource planning. Increasing amounts of drug discoveries and commercially available therapies have forced pharmaceutical companies to re-evaluate their portfolio successes. Changing regulations and government compliance has also posed a threat to successful resource planning and portfolio management. It is now more important than ever for methods and processes to be put in place to ensure all projects are being evaluated and company assets are being leveraged to their fullest potential.
Why Should You Attend?
This conference will focus on the future direction of portfolio management and resource planning, along with the effects that regulations have on processes and challenges of forecasting for resource planning.
The 2013 edition will cover five main areas:
1. The current landscape of portfolio management and resource planning and preparing for regulatory impacts
2. Utilizing internal resources to strengthen portfolio strategy
3. Processes to achieve a balanced portfolio
4. Leveraging software vendors and contract research organizations (CRO) to improve portfolio management
5. The future of portfolio management and resource planning
Attendees will benefit from a dynamic peer-to-peer presentation format consisting of workshops, interactive panel discussions and case studies. Each network and interactive session will be followed by 10-15 minutes of Q&A affording all in attendance an opportunity to get the answers to questions affecting their business. Moreover, 4+ hours of networking opportunities will supply attendees with benchmarking and best practices sharing amongst their peers.