I started off yesterday morning sitting next to the violin section of a symphony orchestra that was playing classical music. This unique situation was part of a presentation of The Music Paradigm at the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association (HBA) annual Leadership Conference.
Scattered among 960 female healthcare professionals in a conference room were professional musicians and their instruments, including a harp and kettle drum. The conductor (or the Maestro as he called himself) used the orchestra as a metaphor for business organizations.
Industry consultant, Maureen Hall, shares her reaction:
Sheila A. Crowe from GSK gives her take:
Michele Godfrey, senior project manager at Siren, shares a key learning:
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What An Orchestra Can Teach Pharma ...
[...] addition to these wonderful stories, the Leadership Conference had seminars, the Music Paradigm and provided plenty of opportunities to meet ...
What an Orchestra Can Teach Pharma ...