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Continuous evolution and reinvention in biopharma

Andreas Weiler, Business Unit Head for Emerging Technologies, and Fatma Senkesen, Marketing Intelligence Associate Director, at Lonza, explain how their company has kept in step with industry developments. What have been the most significant developments in the industry for contract manufacturing and development to the pharmaceutical market over the past 21 years? In our view […]

HR Shares Its Own Performance Goals for 2018

What do you plan to do to improve HR performance in the New Year? HR leaders share their goals for 2018, including strengthening employee engagement, improving the management of people, revamping performance reviews, focusing on professional development for emerging HR leaders, and being a more environmentally friendly company. Strengthening Employee Engagement Melissa Kessler, vice president […]

Women In Technology Leadership: A Fresh Look At Bias

It’s an exciting time to be in high-tech. In the fast-paced world of a high-growth tech company, change is a constant in almost every aspect of the business. But there is one characteristic of Silicon Valley that does not seem to be changing ― the decidedly small number of women in leadership roles in tech […]

WWT Conference

We’re partnering with our US partner to bring the second WonderWomenTech conference to the UK and would love you to join / support or be a part of it! WWT London Conference  SAVE THE DATE What Magic Can You Expect?   Wonder Women Tech is Back and bigger than ever! We’ll be at the Plexal […]

Matt Hancock becomes secretary of state for DCMS

Matt Hancock MP has been appointed secretary of state for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport. He replaces Karen Bradley, who held the post from July 2016 to January 2018. Hancock, who is MP for West Suffolk, was previously DCMS minister. He is a vocal advocate for the digital transformation of government. He said he was ‘thrilled’ to be […]

Why the cybersecurity industry is failing government

You’d think that after years (if not decades) of government IT professionals urging the vendor community to understand agency missions before trying to sell products into the federal market, that technology companies would be doing a better job of making their products mission-ready. And yet, any time you get a couple of federal IT pros together in […]
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