The fourth of our series of specialist speed lectures from the University of Salford’s Business School saw us interviewing Dr Kathy Hartley, programme lead for Post Graduate Human Resource Management, on the subject of change management. As a description, the definition of change management in itself can be a straightforward idea. Most business owners would have an instinctive grasp of the need to apply this to their business in order to progress, grow and prosper. However, the concept of change management as a teachable subject is one that needs a clear viewpoint on not just the key elements of the subject,
Continuing our series of specialist speed lectures from the University of Salford’s Business School, GM Business Connect interviewed Dr Gordon Fletcher, Academic Unit Head of International Operations and Information Management. Gordon’s role encompasses a great many areas of interest for us as a business magazine, but it was the topic of Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things that we wanted to know more about, particularly with respect to the business community.
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At the University of Salford, enterprise excellence and industry engagement are at the core of our strategy. We evolve every year so our graduates gain the skills they need to succeed in the 21st Century global economy.
Launch a business at Launch@SalfordUni
Entrepreneurial students and graduates from the University of Salford are being given support to take on the world with their ideas, thanks to a new business incubator. Just opened in the University’s Peel Park campus,
Developing Digital Skills
Salford Business School is launching a suite of brand new postgraduate courses to ensure our offer is cutting edge and continues to provide our students with the skills they need to take the next step in their careers.
One of the big needs for the future economy will be digital skills, indeed a report from the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, released earlier this year, has highlighted the digital skills gap as being one of the areas of concern in the Greater Manchester economy.
The University of Salford is launching a suite of brand new post-graduate courses to ensure their offer is cutting edge and continues to provide students with the skills they need to take the next step in their careers. Among them is a course aimed at combating emerging forms of financial fraud.
MSc Fraud and Risk Management
This course aims to train students to spot the latest forms of financial fraud,