“At the heart of enduring success for any Pharmaceutical company lie Good Behavioural Practices- GBP” Good Behavioural Practices - GBP emerged from our Behavioural Consulting with Pharmaceutical manufacturing Organizations. There is a business compulsion of implementing cGMP (Current Good Manufacturing Practices) in these companies if they have to get regulatory approvals for manufacturing and exporting medicines.
It is well established in our experience of consulting with Pharma organizations that cGMP cannot be implemented without first establishing GBP. Establishing GBP requires extensive cultural transformations.
GBP Audit is a proprietary tool designed by UTSAV to enable Pharma organizations understand their readiness and maturity in implementing cGMP on enduring basis.
With distance learning programme UTSAV aim to educate the Pharmaceutical executives at senior levels( with minimum ten years industry experience) on behavioural knowledge, skills and attitude necessary to implement GMP and QMS.
At the successful completion of programme, requiring written test and viva voce, the participants will be awarded certificate of completion of First Level GBP programme.
Read case studies of UTSAV clients who used our Good Behavioural Training Programs to drive their growth and build their brands.
A case study is a comprehensive study of a social unit of society, which may be a person, family group, institution, community or event. A case study focuses attention on a single unit thoroughly. The aim is that to find out the influencing factors of a social unit and the relationship between these factors and a social unit.
GBP based communication is a powerful tool to bring about change towards GBP. And it is an art few know how to implement in organization. We have developed a special expertise in the same and many clients have used it to their immense benefit. Please find below the actual samples of communication designed by us for the CEO of a Pharmaceutical orhganization.
Good Behavioural Practices can ensure competitive success for Indian Pharmaceutical industry. However, Indian Industrial culture is still to fully come out of ‘Chalta Hai’ mindset. Everyone knows that large numbers of Pharmaceutical plants need vast improvement in the work culture to compete in the world markets.
Pharmaceutical companies face complex issues that grow more challenging by the day
One of the most crucial questions facing the industry, though, is what leadership skills companies will need to navigate this complex and changing landscape—and how current pharmaceutical leaders stack up.
"When you educate a man, you liberate a man." – Dr. Benjamin Carson.
Dr. Carson, a distinguished man of science and healing, the Director of the Pediatric Neurosurgery Division at the John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, talks about political correctness and how it can muzzle an entire nation. What is the point of an education if we do not voice our opinions on important issues?