Case Study - Team Development

When Merck, with headquarters in Northern New Jersey, acquired Schering Plough, Rob Pizzie was made the new Head of the Global Clinical Supply organization.  Rob was tasked with building and populating a world class, global organization that would benefit from the strengths of both legacy companies including the people, the processes and the cultures.   The fact that the legacy Merck and Schering Plough clinical supply groups were both high performing but structured quite differently added a significant level of emotionally charged complexity and challenge.  Rob knew that in order to be successful he needed to bring together a strong, diverse leadership team with members from each legacy company.  Members of the team would need to build relationships and trust strong enough to address all the issues in the integration openly and honestly, and to ensure real alignment and the empathy needed to effectively lead the new organization.


Case Study - Cascading Team and Leadership Development

When Pharmacia was purchased by Pfizer the manufacturing site in Kalamazoo, Michigan became the largest manufacturing facility of the largest drug maker in the world. A changing organization and changing company structures created the opportunity for the development of many new leadership teams throughout the site. The Director of Injectable Operations for Pfizer Global Manufacturing, Kalamazoo site had the challenge of assembling a new leadership team and creating an organization that would be successful given the new business context.


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