A total of 286 people in 58 countries registered for this drawing. The 10 winners in the drawing for the free book, with country locations noted, were the following: Heather Pike (USA), Melaku Yirga (Ethiopia), Bright Asio (Ghana), Vergil de Claro (Philippines)
Several winners offered the following statements:
“I couldn't be more grateful for the opportunity to win in PMForum's giveaways. Receiving the book is a tremendous advantage for me, especially when here in the Philippines its not a usual thing to get everyday access to the best books in project management. It will definitely be of great help to an amateur project manager like me. Thank you so much.”
“Win something is always great, even better when it is something to help do things you like: and my profession, Project Manager, is what I like!! I am really pleased with this book: it is going to give me new insights on Project Management, and some PDUs for its lecture for sure!”
“I wish to show my appreciation to PMForum for putting in place this PM GiveAway drawings. I'm hoping to build on my Project Management knowledge and experience, get introduced into other industries application areas (in this case the Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology)
According to PMForum’s Managing Editor David Pells, “This drawing for free books again attracted a lot of interest in a lot of different countries. The responses from the winners suggest broad happiness with having an opportunity to win a valuable book at no cost. We want to congratulate the winners and thank Wiley for offering ten copies of this major textbook.”
Portfolio, Program, and Project Management in the Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Industries illustrates how high-quality program and project management is crucial for drug companies to remain competitive, to deliver good returns to investors, and ultimately to bring novel personalized medicine to patients. The book provides a combination of theoretical insights and pragmatic examples from professionals who are all working in the industry; case studies with very detailed, real-life examples of how the management of drug development is actually done; answers the pharmaceutical industry needs to streamline and make the drug development process more efficient; and the full spectrum of management processes needed from the operationalization of corporate strategy by portfolio management processes through to practical project control processes
The book, which contains chapters authored by Peter Harpum and various other industry and professional experts, is divided into three main sections to cover such topics as the impact of organizational size on P3M; planning and control; and reducing product safety risk. This important new reference book is structured to align both novices and professionals in drug program management with success in the wake of emerging trends. For more about the book, visit http://www.wiley.com/
PMForum’s PM GiveAways™ Program is based on periodic DRAWINGS for free educational and professional project management products and services. PM GiveAways™ will include project management courses, books, conference passes and other valuable items. Drawings will be held at least monthly, with the products and services to be given away announced in breaking news articles ahead of time and on PM GiveAways™ web pages. To learn more or to register for drawings for free project management stuff, visit http://www.pmforum.org/
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