Practical Insights Masterclasses – Built to last or built to change?
Are you overwhelmed and feeling like you just can’t keep up?
Join Julie Holland for an interactive workshop that will look at how organisations can remain competitive in an ever-changing business environment. You will learn practical ways to approach change management and cover concepts such as change through innovation, effective risk management and dealing with the politics of change.
The Practical Insights series is designed to equip business leaders with proven strategies to overcome business growth challenges. Each masterclass will be delivered by experienced entrepreneurs or industry experts who know what it takes to build a successful business. These masterclasses are ideal for growing businesses and provide the opportunity to connect with other entrepreneurs within the Aston Centre for Growth and Aston Business School networks.
All masterclasses are FREE to attend however spaces are limited. Book all sessions or choose the ones that suit your business needs.
For more information contact the Aston Centre for Growth team via [email protected] or calling 0121 204 3225
This session is led by Julie Holland:
Dr Julie Holland is a freelance academic with expertise in both biomedical sciences and business. Julie has lectured at Nottingham University (Pharmaceutical Sciences) and at Loughborough University where she taught innovation management, strategic business planning and intellectual property management. Julie has also worked in the private sector, as a small business owner and for the NHS where she was Director of the East Midlands NHS Innovation Hub which managed intellectual property on behalf of NHS Trusts. Julie was Director of Executive Education and Deputy Head of the International Business, Strategy and Innovation Group in the School of Business and Economics at Loughborough University. As part of her role, Julie was the School’s lead for Small Business Charter Accreditation. Julie is also an Honorary Fellow of Enterprise Educators UK and chaired the organisation in 2007.REGISTER