Getting Employees Involved

Volume 2 Issue 3 | March 2007

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Getting Employees Involved

By Scott Warner

Employees often have ideas to help make their companies more productive and profitable. An employee involvement program is not merely a variation on the "suggestion box" but an opportunity to improve process and outcomes.


Business Management

Laboratory Technology

Toxicological Testing

A major bottleneck in the drug development process is toxicological testing. Traditional in vivo tests performed in animals are difficult to automate; one can't put a rat into a 96-well plate! How does one manage this leg of the development process, where not "failing early" can mean millions of dollars in wasted capital?
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