ASR

Discussion in 'DePuy Ortho' started by Anonymous, Oct 16, 2012 at 7:42 PM.

  1. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    The problem is Warsaw. How do you get real talent in there? It's in the middle of nowhere and the city slogan is "Turn Back: Chicago-120 miles". Floyd, Kilburn, and all the leaders, they're all inbred. They'd all get overrun in anyplace else, so they stay there, dig in and bounce anybody who threatens their kingdom. This was bound to happen. There has to be a shakeup. They tried to get Haddad to go to another OpCo but had to ship back to the Middle East. Who's going to lead us out? The Edgar's? Polly? Puhleease.

    The Tower is watching this and seeing the debacle and the cover-up. Plans are being made for a shakeup. It won't be pinned to this, but Floyd, and Kilburn and Rhee and these folks will never be heard from again, and there will be a significant housecleaning.
     
  2. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    What comes through crystal clear when I read the news is that there's a vey loud tone of evasiveness in the testimonies. To many that's perceived as lying. When you don't come straight out with a direct reply to a question it's obvious why. It's like watching a train wreck. I can't stand these people because of what has happened to people's lives. But I can't stop watching and reading about them because more than anything I want to see them get what they deserve. Not just for the ASR disaster but the people's lives inside DePuy they've screwed with. How many people could have been spared the pain and suffering if the "leaders" would have done the right thing? If J&J keeps them not only does that show the world their standards but all of the employees who are watching. A MUCH needed change has to happen. Isn't all of this proof of that?

    I don't think it's just a Warsaw thing because other companies in town have some great leaders. I believe it's a J&J thing. They have turned a blind eye to DePuy and let these guys continue to get more and more power hungry. Well look what it got them.
     
  3. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    What? Not following company rules by reporting the complaints being reported on ASR? ASS U MING someone else was going to? Didn't we learn that in high school to never assume anything? I think the famous PIP is in order here! Time to drive those babies out of town J&J style!
     
  4. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Anybody in particular or from a specific company you would like to see new leadership from? A skill that stands out is someone who is extremely strong relationally to calm the waters in the sales force and with surgeons, hospitals, nurses, etc. And trustworthy. It is obvious from these posts, the people outside of DePuy do not trust the marketing dept.
     
  5. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Hell, at this point the Depuy name has to go with anyone attached to ASR before any trust can be gained back.
     
  6. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Actually let's look at it from a different perspective, it was DePuy that had a stellar reputation before J&J came to town. Both internal and external. The leaders of the company at that time would have handled ASR way they handled everything. Ethically and with concern for the patients. The management and their posse wouldn't stand a chance in the old DePuy. Would have never been hired in the first place. A few of these men and women are still at DePuy. They've been shoved in a dark corner keeping their mouths shut. Like we've all been taught to do. So maybe the J&J name is what needs to dissapear. It needs to truly become Revra's place.

    It's no doubt that the management that owns the perception/reality around ASR have to go in order to prove to patients, surgeons, employees and the community that a new day has come.
     
  7. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    there is truth to this post.
     
  8. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    LOL! Kinda like the way they handled Hylamer? Keep convincing surgeons it's a good thing, when they know there are problems. Sounds like a broken record
     
  9. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    At least they handled it... LOL!


    Seriously? You're going to compare THAT to ASR? What a joke. You must be in the circle... Which will be broken by the way.
     
  10. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Who cares what Depuy was, we ARE JnJ now. We are now as corrupt as they come. Won't be long before synthes is run into the ground also. Amazing how fast the JnJ disease spreads.
     
  11. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Your are correct but I can't help pointing out that this is because of J&J not DePuy. Synthes will soon become J&J ized. It doesn't matter how much they don't want it to happen or how often they declare it won't happen. It sure as hell will.
     
  12. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    I wish I was smart enough to have known ASR was going to be a disaster. I would have never let a customer put them in. We kept being told how wonderful it was......thanks for ruining the sales force credibility!
     
  13. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    And patients lives! How many of those at JnJ who knew the problem recommended ASR to their family members or friends. '0'. Question is how Many of your family members or friends did you recommend ASR for? Shouldn't we who were lied to and sold the implant be able to sue for damages also. I know I feel horrible for the ones that I was part of. Especially after recommending it to my friend. Is there anything we can do about it?
     
  14. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    MAJOR KUDOS to Dan Harrington in Montana for telling his surgeon NOT to use it as soon as he got wind that there were issues. It's obvious the sales force didn't know but now they're left with this shadow over them. If the sales reps and distributors really knew what the inside thinks of them they'd go else where. At one time if the sales force didn't like you you wouldn't make it on the inside. I was actually told that by more than one of the DEPUY managers. Now it's as if the sales force are the enemy. I can't tell you how many times I've heard marketing managers cut down the sales force. It's a damn shame where we are today.
     
  15. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Where does DePuy go from here? How do you want them to start their resserection from this mess?
     



Share This Page