GSK – Top Four Candidates
Posted by shutah on September 5, 2007
We all know that GSK is looking for a successor to its chief executive, Jean-Pierre Garnier, who retires next May, and GSK investors want a chief who will radically overhaul the firm, possibly breaking it up.
Below are the four internal candidates currently jostling for the job:
David Stout took up the role of President, Pharmaceuticals Operations, GlaxoSmithKline in January 2003. Click here to read an interview with David Stout on flu vaccines.
Chris Viehbacher has served as President, US Pharmaceuticals, GlaxoSmithKline since January 2003. Click here to read a recent interview with Chris Viehbacher
Andrew Witty was named President, Pharmaceuticals Europe for GlaxoSmithKline in January 2003. Click here to read Andrew Witty’s views on pandemic influenza vaccine for the UK.
Russell Greig assumed the role of President, Pharmaceuticals International for GlaxoSmithKline in March 2003. Click here to read Russell Greig’s views on ‘management by delegation’.
What do you think? Any improvement on JPG??