ICTA’s adaptive full-service stems from a systemic approach that takes into account the evolving environment to which clinical development managers must continuously adapt in order to achieve the level of excellence required when carrying out a project.  

The base of adaptive management: A twofold design

A successful study or a successful clinical development is all about ensuring consistency between the medical and scientific goals to reach, and the planning and managerial skills to implement to successfully achieve the study. 

This consistency between the two designs is essential for the set-up of the matrix adaptive management that is going to ensure a successful study.  


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ICTA is made up with stand-alone departments, all centralized in the same premises, each of them having the critical size needed for the whole organization to operate on a matrix management system.

ICTA's effective and secure matrix system

ICTA's matrix management stems from a centralized "full-service" structure where each department is responsible to its hierarchy but also to the project manager who draws upon their expertise according to his needs and timelines.

ICTA has developed an organizational structure so called matrix type « IMOS*», where each participant involved in conducting a clinical study lies at the intersection of two lines: the horizontal functional line representing « skills » and the vertical operational line representing "the project”.

This matrix organisation (sharing of resources and scientific skills) underpinned by the I-SIS platform (sharing and security of information) provides the ICTA project managers with resources and information in real time, key to an efficient and proactive management of the clinical projects they are entrusted with.

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The study management offered by ICTA includes all « risk-based management » requisites by combining a proactive approach and responsiveness.


 * ICTA Matrix Operating System