Collaborative network for the advancement of research
Research biologist (Former Employee) – Kentville, Nova Scotia – 17 May 2012
I was very impressed by the amount of work required to achieve the envisioned objectives. Regular meetings where managements and researchers got together to share results of different experiments were an outstanding ways of creating the interactions necessary for not only for socializing, but also for appreciating other researchers efforts in contributing to the improvements of the the performance of the company's products. However, a discordance seemed to prevail in the implementation of research outcomes and the recognition of the efforts furnished by the individuals in obtaining their results. I am not aware if any of the results presented at different meetings were implemented in the field, what were the outcomes, and if further works were done. The management should revise ways used to keep collaborative network between different researchers and scientists functioning, by for example, encouraging one-to-one meetings between different departments.
one-on-one interaction between researchers