Management Problems. Pfizer

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Management problems with Pfizer have been built up all the way to the CEO. Pfizer needed a shakeup in the company when the former CEO Hank McKinnell was fired in 2008. Jeffrey Kindler, the current CEO tried to change things around to benefit the company and get things back on the right track. However, Kindler debated the pros and cons of the company and came up with a mediocre solution to some of the problems. Instead of worrying about the image of Pfizer, the company needs new products more than a new logo. Kindler and upper management appear more focused on the image instead of productivity. Until very recently, the Research and Development organization does not have a single leader with the type of mindset to create these new products. Top leadership, lower level management workers, and many of the senior leaders are simply more focused on making it appear that they are doing something original and making strides, but this is inaccurate. In the absence of new products, the only change in Pfizer has been
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This note was uploaded on 06/28/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Black during the Spring '11 term at Northampton Community College.

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