"It’s been an excellent start to the five-year plan for Enterprise and you can read more in this review. But such is the strength, depth and diversity of our activities that it can only reflect a small proportion of the outstanding work of the UCL community. Every member of UCL is to be congratulated for a tremendously successful year and with the promise of much, much more to come."
Prof Stephen Caddick
Business Strategy for the Professional Academic
Publication date: Mar 20, 2012 12:53:01 PM
May 24, 2012 10:00:00 AM
End: May 25, 2012 4:00:00 PM
Location: The Moller Centre, Cambridge
Academics are increasingly being expected to demonstrate the impact of their research and engage with business and external agencies.
They need strategies to help realise the potential of their research for major social or economic benefit.
This short course provides essential frameworks and strategies for articulating and amplifying the impact of research outputs. The course is based around real case studies and situations drawn from a wide variety of disciplines and industries. It covers a similarly broad range of ‘impacts’, from social and collaborative models through to new ‘for-profit spin-outs’. The sessions are highly interactive – with an emphasis on helping academics to apply innovation frameworks and business strategies within their own context.
For more information and a copy of the course programme please visit the PraxisUnico website.