In a previous article we considered some of the advantages of working with clinical trial research organizations or contract research organizations (CROs). There are also some possible disadvantages that should be weighed with the advantages when making a decision about whether to use one. Here are 4 such points to consider.
I recently wrote an article that considered the skills that are needed for being an effective General Counsel. Now let’s consider some of the ways the role and practice of General Counsel has changed over the last few decades of recent history.
The different personalities in contract management
5 basic tips for saving time in the contract management process
Here are 4 advantages of using a CRO in your clinical trials:
Essential Skills for a General Counsel
3 areas to focus on for promoting a productive workforce (part 3)
3 areas to focus on for ensuring the efficiency and productivity of your workplace (part 2)
On the move to Silicon Valley
Kingsley Martin wrote a thought provoking piece on the future of contracting platforms. While it is hard to predict when the dawn of self-organizing, self-reporting contracts will be the norm under Kingsley’s optimized contracts maturity model, the reality is that everything that a company needs to transform its current contracting process and significantly move up the maturity chain is available today.