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Maximum revenue — the virtual company with cumulative revenue at the time of the contest stage completion.
The new operating model called The Virtual Company provides an integrated platform to help companies achieve a secure, fast start up of back office operations to support innovation, new business start-ups, mergers and acquisitions, new product and market launches.
Everything that defines the virtual company must gravitate around the client, following the principle that once he/she came, must come back at least once again.
Issues that are particularly pertinent and that warrant close scrutiny include: whether this model is a more or less efficient and efficacious method for producing drugs than other models on the fragmentation-integration spectrum; and whether the virtual company model might result in lower levels of disclosure of the outcomes of drug R&D.
Once the virtual company has accomplished its primary objectives, it will generally terminate relationships among its current set of partners and establish new outsourcing relationships to pursue alternate goals (Christie & Levary, 1998).
Also, we have moved to a shared-goal compensation plan, in which the virtual company teams are all incented to achieve a common set of goals.
Herein, lies the value of the virtual company and virtual systems.
Outsourcing allows the virtual company to add or delete best-in-class technology, capacity or capabilities based on market requirements.
The individual will, by and large, achieve self-actualization from the performance of the network, the virtual company and also the node he/she works in.
We then explain the virtual company model that not only helps understanding the different mechanisms of licensing, but also allows determining fair license terms for the most complicated contracts.