PHRM 3120 - Seminar VI: Teamwork Dynamics (1)
The goal of this course is to teach the dynamics of teamwork from the recorder to the team leader, and how to be a team player in any organization, including in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industry. Topics that will be covered in this course include 1) introduction to the organizational structure of a biotechnology/ pharmaceutical company, 2) organization of cross-functional teams and projects, 3) steps in team development and the role of each team member in this process, 4) skills necessary to become an effective team member, 5) indispensable qualities of a good collaborator, 6) how to become an effective manager, 7) overview of the evaluation process, and 8) introduction to Six Sigma. Students will also learn key terms used in the process of drug discovery and development. There are six 1-credit-hour seminar courses to be taken in each semester of the freshman, sophomore, and junior years.
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