PhD in Organizational Management; National Autonomous University of Mexico; Master in Health Economic, Pompeu Fabra Spain.
Prof. Carrasco has more than 30 years of experience in the Pharma sectors, developing open and in-company training programs for all the major Pharma firms established in Latin America. In his 15 years as a practitioner, he worked in operations and top management positions in Schering Plough and Sanofi with local and regional responsibilities. He has lectured for more than 20 years in different Universities in Latin America and Spain. Forbes, CNN and Fortune LATAM have featured Dr. Carrasco in many publications and appearances as subject expert.
South Florida has one of the most sophisticated life sciences clusters in the world. Within this cluster, many global Pharma firms such as Baxer, Lilly, Apotex, Novartis Latin America are at the core generating business for high-end manufacturers of specialized inputs and supplies such as Generic Specialties, Dazmen Pharmaceutical and Trifecta Pharmaceuticals among others. Responding to the training and developing needs of the sector, we established the Pharma Management Academy.
We are a best-practices aggregator unit aimed to develop Pharma professionals with the knowledge, competencies and skills required to excel and successfully navigate through the digitalization and integration of Industry 4.0 into the Pharma cluster in South Florida and Latin America.
Our faculty integrates practical experience and strong academics in the pharma sector. While our instructors have been exposed to best practices in established firms, they particularly stay abreast of new entrants, new developments and future challenges.
Integrate the most advanced management concepts into the Pharma management processes and practices focusing on the improvement of key performance metrics under the umbrella of the most advanced and relevant research.
The program enables participants to align the business strategy with the marketing function. Usually pharma firms are very product centric and this issue limits their capacity to connect with consumers leading to develop a more profitable value proposition while balancing its social purpose. This programs is offered in 3 modules of 7 hours each.Read more
This 3 module program will develop for participants the knowledge and skills to:
a) Apply the fundamental concepts of Quality and Lean Managemen to the manufacturing processes from the selection of suppliers to the distribution of the finished product.
b) Be exposed to best practices and compliance for facilities management and equipment in order to guarantee the optimal quality of pharmaceutical production.
c) Will able to identify the significant elements to design and evaluate an organizational structure oriented to Quality Assurance and Lean Manufacturing.
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