Why are folk only listening to scientists and doctors on the SARS-CoV-2 scandal?
It's all about the manufacturing and distribution supply chain, FFS!
This isn’t a sales pitch!
I’m going to rabbit on about my first book now, but not with any hidden motive of subliminally influencing you to buy the book. For a start, it’s very expensive, as you can see on the link:
It also covers so much ground you would have to be a nerd like me to even pick it up.
What’s in it?
This is the draft proof of the FRONT MATTER.
You can see it’s extensive, with my own work extended and validated by experts, all the way through.
It has sold in over 35 countries, the US being the highest seller. Not huge volumes, of course, given the price and the lack of interest from pharma execs in the grunt and grind of physical stuff.
The reviews on the Wiley website are excellent:
"A recommended read for all wishing to shift performance to greater levels." (Supply Management, 1 February 2012)
"This book is ideal reading for those entering or currently working in the field of supply chain management, such as clinical supply managers, or those in operations or production and planning ... This book would be an excellent resource for small pharmaceutical companies that may have limited experience of supply chain implementation or outsourcing, giving a thorough overview of the process and plenty of food for thought." (The Pharmaceutical Journal, 16 November 2011)
"This is a solid text that is equally suitable for the newcomer or experienced profesional in the pharmaceutical/biologics industries . . . Overall, I recommend the book for its educational perspective on the industry and the significance of effective SCM for its future success." (Quality World, 1 July 2011)
These are a few more reviews:
For a full list, check here:
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