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Organization and People
Managing your people is not merely an HR function, but a strategic lever for competitive differentiation.
In today’s Consumer Products industry, increasing global competition and the requirement to focus talent on customer satisfaction are causing executives to realize that human capital management (HCM) is not merely an HR function, but a strategic lever for competitive differentiation. While products and services can easily be duplicated in the marketplace, corporate culture, speed of execution, knowledge management, and outstanding employee dedication cannot. Exceptional human capital practices are recognized as key strategic differentiators for successful organizations today.
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In Life Sciences, while biotech companies today are evolving from a creative development mindset to becoming more balanced commercial manufacturing and sales facilities, the more established pharmaceutical firms have shifted focus from robust product pipelines to forming partnerships with other established pharmaceutical firms. Be it continued growth or mergers and acquisitions, Life Sciences companies today are challenged with supporting new processes and skills with the right talent. Given the current environment, coupled with increasing global competition and the resulting war for talent, Life Sciences executives also are realizing that human capital management is not merely an HR function, but a strategic lever for competitive differentiation.
At Clarkston, we work with our clients, and the specific organization and people demands of their industry, to effectively foster the right corporate culture, manage talent, develop leaders, and align organizations for success.