Michael Fascia

Michael Fascia

Dr Michael Fascia

Lecturer

Biography

 PhD in knowledge transfer within business practice
 Visiting Scholar, University of Oxford - Saïd Business School (2016-2018)
 10 years Senior Management/Operational leader in regulated environment (NHS)
 Honorary Fellow, University of Edinburgh, College of Medicine (2014-2016)
 Management of multi-disciplined project teams (NHS – University of Edinburgh)
 Expert in the identification, analysis, and resolution of diverse operational issues

My main work assembly is comprised of four perspectives;

Management:
 Hold a number of management responsible roles within my University
 Appointed to senior roles in NHS Boards
 Managed teams and budgets in large organisation
 Own and lead national projects and change solutions (NHS – Scottish Gov.)
 Manage/lead incident investigations
 Preparation for audits, reviews and quality assurance procedures

Research & Development:
 A demonstrable capability to lead a research programme. (NHS)
 An established track-record of obtaining external funding.
 An ability to communicate at all levels (students, staff, research peers) and by several methods (presentations, papers, lectures, tutorials, research meetings).
 Reputation for scholarship in a number of areas (healthcare & management)
 Development of management strategy theory (University of Oxford)

Teaching & Organisational:
 Driver of executive teaching methods (Executive MBA programme leader)
 Engage with a range of teaching mediums including online and distance learning.
 Supervising PhD students, as well as undergraduate and MSc projects/ Mentoring and giving advice to postdoctoral researchers and academic colleagues/ Carrying out other administrative duties as assigned by the Head of School.

Public & Third Sector:
 Hold a number of significant roles in high profile charitable bodies
 Knowledge of third (service) sector systems and processes including the development, writing and submission of major grant proposals.
Taking a leading role in the development of collaborations with industry and other academic institutions

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