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;
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