Biopharmaceutical Alliances: Forging Partnerships That Work

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Intense global competition and today's networked economy have been the driving force behind companies adopting Strategic Alliances as the strategy of the next century. A strategic alliance must be a win-win situation for it to be sustainable and mutually beneficial.

How to build a win-win alliance? Best Practices, LLC's study on Forging Partnerships That Work is a roadmap to successful alliance formation. This study evaluates the significance of 10 factors for driving success in the establishment and evolution of alliance.

Best Practices, LLC conducted the study with two main objectives: 1) To identify the factors that companies with most successful alliances consider important and 2) to explain why those factors are considered most important. This study further explores the winning strategies and practices of nine pharmaceutical and biotech companies that have engaged in successful strategic alliances.

Among the questions answered in this study (Please read more in the downloadable excerpt):

Download a complimentary report summary of "Profitable Partnerships: Developing Excellence in Alliances" at http://www3.best-in-class.com/rr938.htm .

If you have questions about this report or would like to speak to us about how our research can benefit your current initiatives in your company, please contact Cameron Tew, Manager of Research and Publishing at Best Practices, LLC at (919) 767-9246 or [email protected]

ABOUT BEST PRACTICES, LLC

Best Practices, LLC conducts work based on the simple yet profound principle that organizations can chart a course to superior economic performance by studying the best business practices, operating tactics and winning strategies of world-class companies. Best Practices, LLC has been a leader in pharmaceutical research and consulting for nearly 15 years; our clients include 43 out of the top 50 pharmaceutical companies.

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