Harvard Business School (HBS) and Odgers Berndtson, a world leader in recruiting and developing organizational leaders, today jointly announced a new collection for the school’s Baker Library, made up of interviews with the colleagues and family of former Genzyme Corporation Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, and President Henri A. Termeer, one of biotech’s early pioneers.
Author John Hawkins and biotech veteran, Jim Geraghty, discuss “Conscience and Courage” with Luke Timmerman of The Long Run.
Andrew McConaghie and Alex Shimmings are joined by John Hawkins, biographer of biotech pioneer Henri Termeer, and Idea Pharma’s Mike Rea to pick out their personal book highlights of 2019.
Review of Conscience and Courage by John Sterling, Editor in Chief of Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News.
Read the full article by Dave Hendrick on The Darden Report for the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia
His parents likely expected Henri Termeer to find his position in the shoe business that the family had run for several hundred years but, after his advanced schooling, Termeer had other ideas. Biotech observers today may wonder who can fill the moccasins of the trailblazer that Termeer became.
Read an excerpt of “Conscience and Courage” on Endpoints News by Arsalan Arif.