Normally, a module will have four learning outcomes, and no more than two items of assessment. The notional workload and the equivalence across types of assessment is standardised. Courses comprise modules for which the notional effort involved is indicated by its credit rating. Undergraduate courses typically contain 10- or 20-credit modules and postgraduate course typically 15- or 30-credit modules. During the three days (plus the follow-up) you will experience a variety of teaching and learning methods including lectures, seminars, case studies and guest speakers.
Excellent organisational skills and the ability to work well under pressure, meeting multiple competing deadlines in a complex environment. Excellent interpersonal skills including the ability to persuade, motivate, network and negotiate effectively, excellent ability to adapt approach and communication style with different audiences. Identify and research target companies to provide sufficient information for an informed approach.
To ensure that Salesforce is maintained with contacts, leads, opportunities and activities and be able to analyse data to advance conversations with commissioners and stakeholders. To build a broad strategic network of stakeholders across the nation/region i.e. NHS, Local Authorities, GPs, VCSE, Service User groups and other organisations through meetings, events and conferences.
- If you are already working in a junior business management role, you could improve your knowledge by completing a Level 2 or Level 3 award in business development or sales.
- To succeed in negotiations, you need to think creatively, understand the needs of others and prioritise the goals of the potential contract.
- Ensure that all corporate partnerships are compliant with Data Protection law and with good practice in Fundraising Standards and legal requirements in this area.
- Starfyn Recruitment is currently working with a client who is searching for a Key Account Manager to join their thriving team in Bracknell.
Assessment plays a significant role in the totality of a student’s educational experience. For this reason, considerable effort has been devoted to ensuring that the assessment requirements built into each module are appropriate to the learning outcomes, qualities and abilities being assessed. The necessary skills and abilities are established and developed through the completion of a wide range of practical and applied exercises, work-based assignments, consultancy-type exercises and case studies that may require peer presentations. This module has been developed in association with Harvard Business School and is closely based on the Harvard Business School “Microeconomics of Competitiveness” adapted to include a regional focus. This module introduces students to an exploration of creativity and innovation within the discipline of business and management.
Ulster University Business School
We are interested in speaking to Senior business development Managers, interested in joining the team that helps industry, charity and public research funders to work in partnership with the NIHR and the wider UK research and healthcare community. Contribute to, and model the use of standardized business development processes, tools, templates and information. Manage proposals from solicitation release to submission ensuring compliance with donor rules and IRC’s business development processes and practices.
This module seeks to provide students with an appreciation of the processes of firm internationalisation and the key issues that affect marketing decisions in an international and global context. This course is aimed at providing you with an in-depth knowledge and understanding of a range of business-related disciplines, with a particular focus on business development and innovation. The course covers several relevant topics and has links with the world-renowned Harvard Business Schoolthrough the Competitiveness module.