Beyond the global recession
The future of the life sciences industries
Economist Intelligence Unit & Deloitte Survey is now available for completion
The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) and Deloitte would like to encourage you to participate in a joint survey exploring current thinking among life sciences executives on how the global financial and economic crisis is affecting business priorities and strategies.
Access the online survey now or copy this link into your browser:
The survey will be available online until 9 October 2009.
To show our appreciation, all respondents will receive a free copy of the survey results and analysis, and the choice of a copy of either the EIU’s quarterly lifestyle magazine Intelligent life; or a two-week trial access to the EIU’s management thinking Web site Executive briefing; or Pocket world in figures 2010 from Economist Books.
The results of this survey will be published in a briefing paper later this year.
In past years the EIU and Deloitte have released a number of provocative reports, including:
- The future of the life sciences industries, which explored industry perspectives on how the life sciences industries would be transformed over the next decade;
- The future of the life sciences industries: Strategies for success in 2015, which examined strategies companies are adopting to achieve success over the next 10 years and identified industry executives’ top priorities. This report also identified organizational areas where transformation will be needed, including R&D, commercialization, and sales/marketing;
- The future of the life sciences: Transformation amid rising risk, which examined how and where senior executives believe that risks will continue to rise within their companies, and what actions they are taking to address the unique challenges now facing the industry.
Thank you in advance for helping Deloitte and the Economist Intelligence Unit explore the strategies for success in the life sciences industries.
NOTE: The Economist Intelligence Unit is committed to protecting your privacy. Your personal contact details will not be shared with any third party, including the survey sponsor.