Michael Cruse | Primary Contributor
Greetings and a bit about myself:
I live in San Diego, California with my wife and three wonderful daughters. I worked in the Information Technology (IT) sector for several years in various IT leadership roles. In 2014, I moved from IT into Sales Operations.
I have been fortunate to have the opportunity to work in and across many functional areas in a pharmaceutical organization. Currently, I work closely with my Commercial colleagues as I lead the Sales Operations group. In the past, I have overseen the Information Technology, Information Services (Data Warehouse), and the Facilities groups. I work collaboratively with various groups from commercial, medical, compliance, finance, legal, and the executive team. I have developed a broad experience-based knowledge of the pharmaceutical industry. I have led teams through periods of hyper-growth, product launches, acquisition integration, asset divestiture, corporate restructuring, facility expansions, and relocations.
Operations, whether corporate, support or sales in nature, must work for any organization to be successful. A prosperous operations group takes gifted people to make things happen right and when needed. These groups often go unnoticed when everything is working smoothly. I work with some of the most talented people in the industry, and we regularly invest in each other’s professional and personal development. I strongly focus on effectively utilizing operations and technology to assist the organization and people in moving business forward. Strategic planning and combined with operational execution can be leveraged to achieve a high-performance culture that delivers for its customers, team members, and all other organizational stakeholders.
My teams set high standards and expectations of excellence for each other and our external partners. We support our internal customers and external stakeholders in a friendly and caring manner while keeping operations working for optimal performance. By this approach, we deliver the value that we promise and enable our colleagues to achieve their desired goals to help healthcare professionals and the patients they serve.
Disclaimer and general site information
This site is a personal blog about events in and around my life. I write about everything from my children, work, the IT industry, to my investments. This is my journey through life, and I will reap the rewards and consequences from it.
THIS IS A PERSONAL BLOG AND ALL POSTING ARE PERSONAL OPINIONS ONLY.
No postings or comments should be considered the opinion or thoughts of my employer, my fellow employees, vendors, partners, or anyone else.
I do not warranty or guarantee the accuracy of any information posted. At the time an article is posted, I believe the information to accurate and current. I do not review old posts or update information as it changes.
No posting or comment on this blog should be considered investment, financial, insurance advice, or recommendations. I am not licensed or certified to give any financial or investment advice. I have a financial interest in most, if not all, of the companies that I write about. Specifically, with investments, I will move in and out of long and short positions without notice or posting on this blog. Any information or ideas that you glean from my rambling should only be considered after consulting with your professional advisor and only after you have done your homework by reviewing the prospectus, financial statements, and quarterly conference calls.
–== Good luck and may the tides be in your favor always ==–