Last week I attended the Enforcement Committee meeting of the California Board of Pharmacy. The value of attending these meetings is hard to extract. It helps to have a solid knowledge of the language of the pedigree law, understanding of the standards and technology being considered to meet it, and the history of how we got where we are today. Even with all that on your side it takes a lot of concentration during the meeting and after it is over to put it all into perspective and find the value.
I’ve been doing a lot of traveling in the last few months since I left Cardinal Health. Right now my wife and I are just finishing up a visit to Culver City, CA where we arrived just in time for the birth of our first grandchild. This was a non-business trip, of course, but all of my other recent travels have been to attend conferences or public meetings of one kind or another.
One of the ways I maximize the return on investment (ROI) of attending conferences is to take lots of notes and then publish internally an analysis of the things that I thought had some important significance to my company. This technique has resulted in a searchable record of my impressions of every speaker and networking contact that struck me for any reason in almost every Continue reading How To Maximize The ROI Of Attending A Conference→
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