Why big pharma may be​​ doomed

KEY THOUGHT: Pharma companies three on meetings. According to an article in MIT’s Sloan Management Review, the average manager spends 23 hours a week in meetings, up a whopping 10 full hours (!) since the Mad Men era. Some of those meetings are no doubt productive but conservatively at least a third of the time spent on meetings is wasted in irrelevant conversations, boring presentations, and meandering chit-chat.

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