Some innovations change everything, even if they appear simple at first glance.
A systematic process naturally present in the development of pharmaceutical products, but which also occurs in many less tangible aspects of a company’s life.
At IBSA, for example, the legal department, which many think mainly has to do with traditional activities, is increasingly involved in various business transformation processes. These processes are often of a digital nature, in which privacy and compliance must be combined with technological innovation, all with the focused aim of making them more efficient and unassailable at various levels of complexity.
We talk about the importance of this collaboration with Katia Signorini, Senior Legal Affairs & Privacy Manager at IBSA.
“I joined IBSA’s Legal Affairs department, led by Elisabetta Racca, back in 2018. Today, I’m increasingly involved in various interdisciplinary projects across the company, linked to meeting specific internal requirements. This participation is making legal affairs more visible and strategic in stakeholder relations and in managing aspects of the business itself. The role of the Legal Affairs department today responds to a specific requirement for corporate development in the field of privacy and compliance in relation to technological innovation. IBSA is currently working on a huge digital transformation process, which can be made smoother by an ever more solid and active collaboration between the IT and Legal departments. A relationship that represents a new strength for specific projects.”