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Why Lilly’s Derica Rice Isn’t Your Typical CFO
Why Lilly’s Derica Rice Isn’t Your Typical CFO

There are a few facts about Derica Rice that are not only atypical of a Big Pharma CFO but warrant further exploration. Luckily he was very candid in his interview with our chief editor for this article.

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BLOGS

  • Who Will Move Biopharma Beyond The Cutting Edge At BIO 2016?
    Who Will Move Biopharma Beyond The Cutting Edge At BIO 2016?

    When you think of companies that revolutionized the way business is done, it is important to consider the attributes of their founders. Often they had gained life experience from working in businesses best be described as tangential to those they eventually disrupted. As a result, these “outsiders” not only brought a different perspective toward tackling problems in these industries, their wisdom to do things differently than in the past resulted in ideas that forever changed the world. For example, Malcom McLean was the founder of a trucking company.

  • How HBA’s Woman Of The Year Became A Successful Leader
    How HBA’s Woman Of The Year Became A Successful Leader

    As Jennifer Cook strides across the stage at the Hilton New York Midtown, it is difficult to envision the 2016 Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association’s (HBA) Woman of the Year (WOTY) as being anything but extremely confident. But during her acceptance speech, the Roche executive paints a very different portrait of her early self. “When I was growing up, I was shy, very studious, and quite frankly, insecure,” she admits. “I’ve always had a strong regard for authority and was very willing to follow instructions, trusting that people in charge must know best.”

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