The Quiet Revolution: Medtech Leadership Needs Are Changing
Industry Leaders Imagine A Different Future To The One That Shaped Their Own Careers
Changed world, new priorities and ways of working? Senior medtech CEOs put their finger on how altered attitudes and new expectations from staff, especially the younger entrants into corporate life, are influencing management styles, now and in the future.
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