October 28, 2014
11 a.m. to 12:00 pm

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Webinar Description:

There is no single right way to practice portfolio management in life sciences companies. Organizational maturity, executives’ appetite for analytics, and current budget realities all impact the appropriate level of depth and breadth you should apply to your portfolio processes. In this webinar, we’ll share analytical tools and methods for communicating details about the portfolio that are useful for firms regardless of the current state of their portfolio processes.

Learning Objectives:

  • Effective ways to communicate the current status of the portfolio
  • Methods for demonstrating portfolio value accretion and erosion since the last review period
  • Methods for scenario analysis, while letting executives drive the scenario building process to ensure engagement
  • Surviving eleventh-hour portfolio modifications and maintaining portfolio integrity during the review process


Richard SonnenblickRichard Sonnenblick, Ph.D.


Richard Sonnenblick founded Enrich Consulting in 1998, to help R&D-driven organizations make the most of limited resources. At Enrich, Richard has worked with dozens of organizations, implementing best-practice portfolio management and project forecasting systems. Prior to founding Enrich, he built a decision analysis consulting practice at Lumina Decision Systems. Rich holds a PhD and an MS in engineering and public policy from Carnegie Mellon University and a BA in physics from the University of California, Santa Cruz.

Cost: No cost