In this column Chad Briscoe (PRA Health Services) writes on various aspects of leadership and management in bioanalysis.
Introduction – In this first installment of Chad Briscoe’s (PRA Health Services) column on leadership and management in bioanalysis, Chad provides background on his career and an introduction to the coming features.
Managing a CRO to solve the problem of the milking stool – In this second installment of Chad Briscoe’s (PRA Health Services) column on leadership and management in bioanalysis, Chad discusses the milking stool concept and the ‘three legs’ (quality, timely and value-added) which he believes relate to a CRO bioanalytical laboratory.
Managing bioanalytical laboratories in pharmaceutical companies – In this installment Chad invited Naidong Weng (Janssen Pharmaceuticals) to share some of his insights on leadership and management for bioanalytical managers.
The unique challenges of managing scientists – Chad discusses two aspects of leading scientists: 1) How to measure productivity in a science team 2) Career development in a scientific team.
Leading as a non-managing scientist – In this penultimate part of our column on leadership and management in bioanalysis, Chad Briscoe (PRA Health Services) invited Gert Hendriks to share his views on the topic.
Annual performance reviews: Assessing performance and setting goals for yourself and your team – In this final installment of Chad’s column, Chad discusses performance reviews and goal setting, and provides some tips.