All About Scott Rocklage

Scott Rocklage is a well known managing partner. He is a very educated man. Over the years he has earned his Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry. He has also earned an doctoral degree as well.

He has attended some of the best universities for school, including the University of California and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He has been a managing partner since 2004.

Scott Rocklage, also known as Dr. Rocklage, has over a decade of experience in the health care administration field. He has held several leadership position in the health care field over the years. Some of these positions include being the CEO of Nycomed, the CEO of Cubist Pharmaceuticals, and different positions at Catalytica and Salutar.

As of today, Scott Rocklage is employed at Achaogen and he is the Chairman of the company.

Dr. Rocklage has shared with the public that he is able to bring new ideas to life by conversing with different scientist, entrepreneurs, and different business people in general.

Many fresh ideas come to life when great minds come together. Dr. Rocklage has also shared the best way he has been able to maintain being a great entrepreneur. The best thing to do as a businessman is to make sure that you are prioritizing, organizing, and have good time management. Read more: Scott Rocklage | Ideamesch and Scott Rocklage | Crunchbase

If you are looking to create your own business or company, Dr. Rocklage recommends people to not be afraid of taking risk. He believes that it is best to create and control your own failure. Learn more about Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin: and

One of the failures that Dr. Rocklage has had to deal with over the years is being able to find the right people to hire with in a company. He has found that it is best to not focus on the issue too much, but instead fire the person and move on from the situation quickly.

It is important to not blame yourself for hiring the wrong person, everyone makes mistakes. It is also important not to focus too much on goals and metrics but to sometimes just focus on how you know the business is running.