This year's offering includes access to the most current and in-depth data on salary and compensation trends, job satisfaction, recruitment and retention tactics, and more.
From IKEA to eye-opening health campaigns, S&S Wellness' CCO helps turn emotion into action.
The successes of these pharma execs show that there's no one path to professional bliss.
Salaries are up — by a lot — and marketers are enthusiastic about their career prospects.
A "seat at the table" isn't enough, says Oath's Allison Allen, in wide-ranging discussion at annual diversity conference.
Guidemark Health's Tina Fascetti offers Medela's Katie Busse advice on being a working mother in healthcare marketing.
They are using social media campaigns, apprentice programs, and hands-on internships to recruit young, innovative talent right out of school.
Susan Sweeney has earned a reputation for such pragmatism and attentiveness to the things that really matter.
He reports to Michelle Keefe, group president at Publicis Health.
Recent grads aren't afraid to voice their expectations, and agencies are responding with new programs and policies.
Robert Califf stepped down from his role as FDA commissioner in January.
Under Duato, the leadership team for Johnson & Johnson's pharma group includes six women. "We don't just talk about it," he says.
P&G's Mark Chakravarty has joined pharma giant Novartis in a senior role.
Five highly placed insiders in a range of roles and therapeutic categories share secrets to their success and advice that served them well along the way.
Seven execs from A-list agencies weigh in on talent acquisition and retention.
MM&M last year named its inaugural class of 16 Femmes and 20 Women to Watch. Who should be considered for this year's list of breakthough women?
MM&M conducted Q&As with Stephanie Robinson, senior account manager, The Bloc; Jessica Hill, account supervisor, Ogilvy CommonHealth; and Austin Bald, account executive, TBWA\WorldHealth.
Read what they have to say about the defining moments and challenges in their careers.
Many young staffers agree one of the biggest challenges in their careers has been learning the delicate balance of when to speak up and when to listen.
Wilson will succeed founder and CEO John Seng.