Scott Rocklage the Managing Partner of 5AM Ventures says remove quickly your bad employee hires. Dr. Scott Rocklage graduated from the University of California-Berkeley and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry and also received his Ph.D. in Chemistry from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT.
With over 30 years of work and leadership in the management of a medical company, Dr. Rocklage has various levels of experience with hiring, managing, training and growing productive staff to bring about some of the worlds most needed pharmaceutical cures.
In business, a company’s success and failure can be predicated on the efforts, abilities, and enthusiasm of a well-trained motivated staff that generates a productive climate and environment to perform work-related tasks.
The old adage a bad apple will spoil the bunch can be utilized in Dr. Rocklage’s approach to business. When you hire someone to perform a specific task their character and the way they actually operate is put on display in their activities at the workplace.
Scott Rocklage through multiple years of experience in management has found that if an organization hires on an employee that is a bad fit, it is imperative that you remove them quickly and don’t assume that evaluating performance and establishing goals will cause the innate tendencies of a poor worker to change.
By hiring the right people and moving on from the wrong people Scott Rocklage has established a track record of successful clinical approvals in the medical industry with 3 FDA approvals in particular that are grand achievements. Read more: Scott Rocklage | Bloomberg and Scott Rocklage | Crunchbase
Through the efforts of a well-trained and innovative staff, Dr. Rocklage was responsible for the FDA approval of three medications Cubicin, Teslascan, and Omniscan.
Also, as an inventor, he has over 30 US patents that he both invented and co-invented with his staff. The renowned medical and healthcare manager and inventor, Scott Rocklage have utilized a vast expertise in leadership and management to say that if you hire the wrong person you must move on quickly in order to be successful in any business or organization.