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Encourage Leadership : Importance of Leadership in Organization

We know poor management impacts productivity in negative ways. Good leadership can help retain well-qualified and experienced individuals. If there is a right moment when managers are called to see beyond their plans and business objectives and truly motivate, inspire, challenge and lead their employees, that moment is now. A challenge? Yes. An opportunity? Yes.


Inspirational leadership skills are becoming increasingly necessary for today's corporate leaders. The rapid advancement of technology combined with globalization and ongoing societal changes has changed the focus of business strategies. More and more, companies rely on the dedication of talented employees and on co-creating value with customers. Success through this approach can only be achieved through inspirational leadership.

Why global businesses seek inspirational leadership It is no longer sufficient for corporate leaders to manage their business simply through the application of previously successful business strat…

Forces persuade generic drug expansion in the United States

The United States (U.S.) Food and Drug Administration, as protectors of public health, encourages generic drug development and use so that patients can access affordable medications. The FDA, however, has limited mechanisms to encourage generic drug manufacturing.

Generic drug manufacturers make decisions regarding development of products based on expected profitability, influenced by market forces, features of the reference listed drug, and manufacturing capabilities, as well as regulatory restrictions. Barriers to the development of generic drugs include the challenge of demonstrating bioequivalence of some products, particularly those that are considered to be complex generics.

A generic drug is equivalent to it's brand name counterpart, but is usually much less expensive. A generic drug must have the same active ingredients, route of administration, dosage form, strength, and indications as the original brand product. Generic drugs are approved by the U.S. Food an…