By Diego Miralles, M.D.
Over the past 15 years, I’ve been fortunate to hold leadership positions at several biopharmaceutical companies, both large and small, across a range of modalities and therapeutic areas. At each company, I’ve been interested in different types of innovation occurring at organizations. As I am currently leading a new company with big aspirations resulting from working in an environment that prizes ideation and experimentation, I’ve been reflecting on my time at Johnson & Johnson (J&J) as global head of innovation, and how the learnings from this large company could be relevant. It gives me a unique perspective that offers interesting lessons.