Amgen to free up time and capacity with new Danish-Norwegian management team

A new constellation with a shared management team is expected to result in more time and capacity to develop the firm's employees and the business itself, says Amgen's Tore von Würden, who will lead the new unit.

Tore von Würden, Country Director Denmark/Norway/Iceland at Amgen | Photo: Amgen / PR

A simple wish to free up time and capacity, and also to share knowledge between Denmark and Norway, is behind biotech group Amgen's decision to join its Danish and Norwegian divisions into one unit with a shared management team, says Tore von Würden, Amgen's country director of Denmark and Iceland, who has been tasked with spearheading the new unit.

"We think there is a lot of development potential in doing this, both for the individual and the individual unit, as we now have the opportunity to free up some energy to share knowledge between the organizations, allowing individual employees to become more skilled and to bring ideas with them to the other market," says von Würden, adding:

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