Monthly Archives: December 2014

An Insight from Novo Nordisk Egypt Affiliate

Catagory: International Operations Business | 8 comments

Fresh morning air comes in as I wake up early in the morning with a new day ahead. I can still recall the rush I had when I got the acceptance call for Novo Nordisk International Operations Graduate program, a 2 year program designed to develop a global and mobile talent pipeline through 3 rotations […]

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What do you produce as a graduate?

Catagory: Product Supply Uncategorized | 2 comments

A graduate position is an opportunity to touch base with different areas in Novo Nordisk – a global company with more than 40,000 employees, so there is plenty areas to investigate. The structure of the program is three rotations of eight months and therefore, when you have settled in a department and know the routines you […]

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The life of a Business Process graduate in Malaysia…

Catagory: Business Processes | 6 comments

Dear reader, Almost a year has passed since I last wrote about my experiences as a Business Process Graduate in Novo Nordisk. Over the past year, a lot has happened. I have moved to Kuala Lumpur, and almost finalised my second rotation working with Commercial Effectiveness and Marketing. It has been a true adventure, and […]

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What is it like to join a department as a graduate?

Catagory: Uncategorized | 0 comments

Hi everyone, as this is my first blog I feel I should do a quick introduction. My name is Matt and this past September I moved from the US to Denmark to start in the Business IT Graduate Program. One of the things that attracted me to program was the opportunity to get exposure to […]

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From dreams of Neurosurgery to Regulatory Affairs

Catagory: R&D Global Development R&D Regulatory Affairs | 15 comments

Being a naturally, annoyingly (ask my mum) inquisitive child, science always appealed to me; Neuroscience, in particular, after experiencing some not so great stuff and reading ‘The Man Who Mistook his wife for a hat’ by Oliver Sacks. Back then I wanted to study post-graduate medicine, so I could write volume two of Dr Sacks’ […]

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