Outside Looking In

Jensen, David G.
March 2011
Contract Pharma;Mar2011, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p24
Trade Publication
The article discusses some strategies that will help align with the dominant workplace group. It mentions the significance of working environment on the success of an individual wherein it is measured on how others have perceived outside normal job responsibilities. Moreover, it suggests to establish professional relationships one at a time, addressing the company's chief area of interest and to let others know your contribution to the success of the company without bragging.


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