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Seventh Annual Strategic Resource Management
Crowne Plaza Philadelphia Center City
1800 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA
http://www.healthtech.com/Conferences_Overview.aspx?id=92108
Seventh Annual Strategic Resource Management
Cambridge Healthtech Institute

Schedule of Presentations:

Monday, November 2, 2009
11:05:00 Organizer’s Welcome Micah Lieberman
11:15:00 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks
11:20:00 Changing R&D Business Models in a Contracting Industry
11:30:00 Flexible Resourcing Models for Clinical Development James Kirwin
12:00:00 Managing Resources in an Ever-changing Organizational Landscape Shannon Diehl
12:30:00 Sponsored Luncheon Workshop
13:55:00 Chairperson’s Remarks Balu Balasubramanian
14:00:00 Embracing the Changing R&D Business Models: Off-shoring, In-sourcing, In-Out Licensing and Risk-Sharing Mohan Pandey
14:30:00 Optimizing a Globalized Workforce (with a focus on Asia): Getting it Right Eric Morfin
15:00:00 Networking Refreshment Break
15:05:00 INTERACTIVE BREAKOUT DISCUSSIONS
15:30:00 Break-out Discussion Groups:
15:35:00 TABLE 1: Modeling the Portfolio of the Future: Will Today’s Cycle Time, Attrition, and Cost Models Remain Valid? James F. Resch
15:45:00 TABLE 2: Building Partnerships between Project Management, Resource Management, Functional Management, and Finance Eric Morfin
16:00:00 TABLE 3: Visualization of Management Information Anders Persson
16:10:00 TABLE 4: Topic to be Determined Melquiades de Jesus
16:15:00 TABLE 5: End-toEnd R&D Resource Capacity Planning Shannon Diehl
16:20:00 TABLE 6: Incorporating a “Globalized” Workforce and Other Resourcing Options into Capacity Management Mohan Pandey, Balu Balasubramanian
17:10:00 TABLE 7: Aligning Portfolio & Productivity with Corporate Strategy Mellor Hennessy
17:15:00 TABLE 9: Giving Drug Development the Stage-Gate® Treatment Jean-Claude Le Duc
17:15:00 TABLE 8: Pursuing Operational Excellence: Competitive Advantages, New Operating Models, a New Lean Industry, and Learning from Resource Process Development beyond just Clinical James Kirwin
17:20:00 TABLE #10: Controlling Bias in Portfolio Management Robin G. Foldesy
17:25:00 TABLE #11: Evaluating Benefit-Risk throughout Development as part of Portfolio Planning Bonnie J. Goldmann
17:30:00 Networking Cocktail Reception
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
08:00:00 Morning Coffee or Sponsored Breakfast Presentation (Opportunity Available)
08:05:00 BREAK-OUT DISCUSSION GROUP SYNOPSIS AND FINDINGS
08:45:00 Chairperson’s Remarks
09:00:00 Break-Out Discussion Groups’ Synopsis and Findings
09:45:00 Capacity Management: The Behaviors Necessary for Success Anders Persson
10:15:00 Networking Coffee Break
11:15:00 Allocating Resource Projects and Global Studies in this Contracting Environment Chad Nikel
11:45:00 Re-designing Strategic Project and Resource Management Systems Specifically for BioPharma Melquiades de Jesus, Kevin Long
12:15:00 Doing more with Less: Aligning Limited Resources to Long-Term Strategic Goals Hosted Luncheon Presentation Richard Sonnenblick
12:20:00 BRIDGING PLENARY SESSION (Joint Session Between Strategic Resource Management & Portfolio Management Forums)
13:55:00 Chairperson’s Remarks
14:00:00 Balancing R&D Investments with External Collaborations A. Maria Dahl
14:30:00 Designing Flexible Portfolio Management Processes Christine Cioffe
15:00:00 Networking Refreshment Break
16:00:00 Understanding the Impact on R&D of Impending Health Care, Policy and Economic Shifts
16:30:00 The Impact of Organizational Culture on Resource and Portfolio Management “Best Practices” Richard J Heaslip
17:00:00 Implications of the Regulatory Environment on Portfolio Management Decisions Bonnie J. Goldmann
17:30:00 Close of Strategic Resource Management Executive Forum
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