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The exclusive first-hand, behind-the-scenes story of how Pfizer raced to create the first COVID-19 vaccine, told by Pfizer’s CEO, Dr Albert Bourla.
A riveting, fast-paced inside look at one of the most incredible private-sector achievements in history, Moonshot recounts the intensive nine months in 2020 when the scientists at Pfizer, under the visionary leadership of Dr Albert Bourla, made 'the impossible possible' - creating, testing and manufacturing a safe and effective COIVD-19 vaccine that previously would have taken years to develop.
Dr Bourla chronicles how the brilliant, dedicated minds at Pfizer, under the enormous strains of the global pandemic, overcame a series of crises that were compounded by social and political unrest, and reveals the doubts, decisions, obstacles and failures they encountered. As Dr Bourla makes clear, Pfizer’s success wasn’t due to luck; it was because of preparation driven by four simple values - courage, excellence, equity and joy.
Moonshot is a story of leadership under the most unprecedented circumstances - how Dr Bourla, a Greek immigrant, a child of Holocaust survivors and a veterinarian, became the head of one of the world’s largest corporations and initiated a dramatic transformation of the organisation just before a global health crisis would serve to test the organisation, its scientists and its leader, like never before.
Moonshot describes best practices that can be used to address the unprecedented multiple challenges our world faces, reveals Pfizer’s implementation of scientific breakthroughs at a record-breaking pace, and offers leadership lessons that can help anyone successfully manage their own seemingly unsolvable problems. As Dr Bourla explains, 'I am sharing the story of our moonshot - the challenges we faced, the lessons we learned and the core values that allowed us to make it happen - in hopes that it might inspire and inform your own moonshot, whatever that may be.'