Month: November 2018

Why should statisticians care about leadership and developing their leadership skills? Interview with Gary Sullivan

We’re launching a new leadership course next year and in this episode, we go into some key questions about statisticians and leadership. We cover the following topics: What is a good definition for leadership? Why should technical statisticians worry about developing leadership skills? What happens, if you have limitations in the leadership skills? What should …

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Getting access for patients to new medications in Germany – the biggest challenges in the HTA process and how to address them: Interview with Carsten Schwenke

Today, regulatory approval doesn’t ensure anymore, that patients benefit from new therapies. As statisticians, we also need to ensure access and reimbursement for new treatments in the different markets around the world. The process to gain this access and reimbursement in Germany comes with very specific challenges. Yet, due to the large impact of Germany …

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How to make the right portfolio decisions – Interview with Andreas Sashegyi

We’re all making decisions to optimize our studies. Optimizing project plans across different studies presents further challenges. But how to increase the overall portfolio of a company given its limitations leads yet another set of challenges. Knowing how decisions are taken at this top level helps to understand the bigger picture and why this sometimes …

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