Foreword, Jackie Hunter; Preface. Part I Pharmaceutical Knowledge Management: Setting the parameters; Relating people and content; Realising pharmaceutical value. Research and development; Manufacturing; Functional and commercial areas.
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Patent expiry, the rise of generics, and the decline of the blockbuster drug have all changed the landscape over the last years.
It's an environment where products can take 10 years or more to come to market, billions are spent on research and development, jobs are being shed in the western pharma homelands and regulators and the public are more demanding than ever.
So what part is Knowledge Management playing and going to play in this vital international industry?
Knowledge Management KM has many facets from providing comprehensive knowledge bases for workers, through the sharing of advice and problem solving, to providing an environment for innovation and change.
This book, focusing on research and development, and manufacturing-based companies, explores how a range of techniques and approaches have been applied in the unique environment of the Pharmaceutical Industry, and examine how it can help the industry in the 21st century.
Whilst the book is centered on the Pharmaceutical Industry, its objective will be to discuss and demonstrate how Knowledge Management can be applied in a variety of environments, and with a range of cultural issues.
KM practitioners, and potential practitioners, both within and outside the Pharmaceutical Industry, will be able to gain valuable guidance and advice from both the examples of good practice and the lessons learned by the authors and contributors.Read "Knowledge Management in the Pharmaceutical Industry Enhancing Research, Development and Manufacturing Performance" by Elisabeth Goodman with Rakuten Kobo.
The Pharmaceutical Industry has been undergoing a major transformation since the heady days of 'big pharma' in the s. The ISPE Good Practice Guide: Project Management for the Pharmaceutical Industry provides good practice approaches which promote the successful integration of GxP with relevant project management activities to ensure that compliance risk is managed effectively and proactively.
Knowledge Management in the Pharmaceutical Industry: Enhancing Research, Development and Manufacturing Performance - Kindle edition by Mr John Riddell, Ms Elisabeth Goodman.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or timberdesignmag.com: Since and the publication of ICH Q10, the importance of the role of knowledge management has been clearly positioned as one of two key enablers necessary for the successful implementation of an effective pharmaceutical quality system.
In the intervening years, many organizations have engaged in earnest on their quest to manage the knowledge locked within. Whilst the book is centered on the Pharmaceutical Industry, its objective will be to discuss and demonstrate how Knowledge Management can be applied in a variety of environments, and with a range of cultural issues.
Opportunities in the pharmaceutical industry have never been brighter, but only if companies can harness their knowledge to make better decisions faster. The primary concern underlying both opportunities and challenges lies in drug development.