Dr Panagiotis Panagiotopoulos Overlap: This module is concerned with how accounting numbers are reported and disclosed at operational, divisional and organizational levels to control resource allocations and generate performance evaluation, credit ratings and monitor shareholder value. Dr Alexandros Ntovas Overlap: There is an one-week residential field course where students will study organisms in their natural environments, rather than in the laboratory. Particular attention will be paid to areas of current controversy in the law. This module investigates the techniques adopted by professionals in marketing, sales, as well as general business negotiation environments in order to change stakeholder behaviour and attitudes, influence outcomes, and gain compliance. Participants will be in interdisciplinary groups and encouraged to exchange practice between disciplines.
It provides training in the principles and practice of key techniques of practical chemistry – including analytical methods, synthetic procedures, methods of purification, and the use of a range of instrumental techniques. Prof David Musker Overlap: Case studies and examples are used heavily throughout the module in order to highlight common practice and explore ethical dilemmas in the practice of persuasion across different business, national and ethnic cultures. Students will learn about different econometric techniques used to identify causal effects and will develop an understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of these effects. The Module looks at four categories of cybercrime:
The module also introduces the major functions of HRM including resourcing, performance management, learning and development and explores the applications in professional practice in different types of organisational scenarios large, small, global, national, public, private. These aspects will be covered in depth in relation to the trade-marks jurisprudence in Europe.
Each case study will be preceded by student self study on the main topics and will be followed by a seminar in which students summarize insights and the case study. Why should characters behave shceme on stage or not exist at all?
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Dr Yuansi Hou Overlap: This module consists of professional development seminars within the theme of creative industries and cultural sector leadership designed to inspire new thinking and develop immediate, practical behaviour changes through practitioners willing to come share their experiences, and also their contacts. We will then go on to examine the challenges of strategy implementation, including analysing structural, cultural and functional issues.
Dr Elena Doldor Overlap: Students will learn how to critically reflect on organisational change processes and apply their knowledge directly to real world cases and practices. Dr Xacobe Cambeiro Overlap: The course will be assessed through students’ presentations and through individual coursework in which students elaborate on one of the topics presented by the outside speakers. It markk to provide students with a broad understanding of those systems and a more detailed awareness of specific topical issues within UK and US copyright law.
As value-creating activities and functions are shared between ever echeme players their linkages increase as well as their interdependence.
The work involves extensive searching, reviewing and critical evaluation of a specific area of the scientific literature. This module will provide the theoretical basis for understanding heritage from a range of cross-disciplinary perspectives. The MA in Heritage Management combines academic rigour with applied professional theory and expertise to introduce students to the actual practice of heritage management at historically renowned sites.
Prof Stefan Krummaker Overlap: Clinical aspects cover trauma, Alzheimers Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, motor neuron disease, Pick’s disease and tautopathies. The module focuses on the structure and dynamics of a variety of complex networks, including the Internet, the World Wide Web, online social networks, inter- and intra-organisational networks, and import-export trade networks among countries.
Dr David Hone Overlap: This module introduces key aspects of inorganic chemistry, including crystal chemistry, crystallography, electronic structure of solids and main group chemistry. First sits and first takes allow you to resit or retake the relevant module s without it counting as one of your permitted attempts. Finally the module will discuss the importance of innovation in merger enforcement. The purpose is to give students critical and practical tools to organise in the creative economies.
Dr Bernard Schneider Overlap: This module deals with the process of obtaining and enforcing a patent under the provisions of the European Patent Convention EPC and the Unified Patent Court, including infringement, defences, recovation and remedies.
Modules are often assessed by a combination of assessment methods; the types used are mostly determined by the subject area. Students will work in groups and will be required to provide analysis of a problem or question using complex data from a business context.
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A distinctive feature of the module is the emphasis on self development through practical and experiential activities embedded in weekly sessions.
This module further dives into the intersection of sscheme and economics.
This module will also give students insight into the workings of the common law. The course will involve a critical appreciation of contemporary developments and future trends. Various examples of in pharmaceuticals and natural products design will be discussed. It covers the more common techniques, including IR, UV-VIS and NMR spectroscopy, and lays the foundations for more scbeme coverage of spectroscopic techniques in subsequent years of the degree programme.
The seminars will provide students with professional skills and networking opportunities within different industries delivered by a diverse group of echeme and practitioners from the creative and cultural sectors. We will approach innovation as a strategic process, beginning with assessing the context, and then moving on to address the formulation and implementation of innovation strategies.