Since the pharmaceutical industry develops complex drugs that take are costly to develop, and which take years to bring to market, the pharma industry needs various teams of people that can function in an project management environment. The pharma industry not only needs experts in their field, but needs people who appreciate what’s going on in the broader area of drug discovery and development. In terms of an analytical scientists, they therefore need not only to be an expert in analysis, but also needs to know how to manages the priorities of work, balances the desire of pursuing perfection and pressure of delivering tasks on time, build trustworthy, safe, less stressful working relationship among colleagues etc. Typically, the ability of managing is somewhat lacking in scientists, especially in analytical scientists whose job is detail oriented by nature. Sometimes a good analytical scientist gets so attracted by unknowns and finds themselves lost in the weeds, and does not understand the corporate objectives. This book by covering a wide range of topics is designed to help the your analytical scientist understand how the drug discovery and development process works in industry. It demonstrates to the analytical scientist that functioning successfully in a pharmaceutical company requires more diverse skills than just being able to correctly analyze compounds and molecules. The broader scope of this book is to show, by presenting these topics in a case study format that point out pitfalls of not seeing the larger company objectives, that the complex work of drug discovery and development can only be met by having knowledge of broader managerial skills such as: project management; task management; time management and team management.