Cell and Gene Collaborative’s “New Year’s Resolutions”

5 New Year’s Resolutions For Advancing The CGT Manufacturing Paradigm

By Anna Rose Welch, Director, Cell & Gene Collaborative

As I began plotting this article series following my conversation with Katy Spink, COO and Managing Partner of Dark Horse Consulting, I couldn’t help but think of lyrics from the Broadway hit song, “Seasons of Love” [Rent]:
“525,600 minutes; How do you measure a year? In daylight, in sunsets, in midnights, in cups of coffee?”

I daresay many of you will agree that coffee consumption is an apt metric for measuring the passage of time. But a vastly different set of “metrics” appears if we take the song’s original question — how do we measure a year? — and apply it to the world of CGT manufacturing. Not surprisingly, the answers are infinitely more difficult to put to music.

Read the full article here:
and delve into the detail on each of the 5 “resolutions” here:

  1. Brace For Continued — But Nuanced — Investments In Manufacturing & Infrastructure
  2. Explore Novel Partnership & Outsourcing Structures
  3. Embrace — Don’t Fear— Deep Characterization Of Your Products
  4. “Work Backwards” When Capacity & Supply Chain Planning
  5. Find Balance Between “The sky is falling!” & “Surprise!” In Communicating Risks

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