BUSINESS

Post-Promotion Guidelines - 2: Takeda Evaluating “Non-Sales” Factors through Quality Conversations with Bosses

By Takamitsu Sasai April 1, 2020
When Jiho surveyed drug makers on the non-sales criteria they use to evaluate reps’ performance, it received a variety of answers, such as interactions with doctors, product seminars, medical liaison work, and use of digital content. Some companies use organization-wide…

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