Research Business Dynamics I: Quality Management in the Global Company
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The course provides candidates with a critical understanding of the regulations and practices involved in global scientific research.
Cranfield Health, Cranfield campus, Bedfordshire, MK43 0AL
(includes refreshments at coffee breaks and buffet lunch)
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How to register
To register an interest in this course please contact:
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Bedford MK43 0AL
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10 Cranfield credits are available for this short course
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- Global quality standards: common themes and key differences, mutual acceptance, harmonisation vs. localisation.
- Assuring quality at a distance: subcontractor assessment and management.
- Quality management integration with other business requirements.
- Organisational knowledge management, transfer of information, intellectual property.
- Research business economics, global trends and driving forces.
Intended learning outcomes
Knowledge & Understanding
- Critically evaluate the complexity of global quality issues and how they impact at a local level.
- Critically evaluate the formulation of strategies for managing the quality assurance process in a variety of geographical, financial and cultural environments.
Skills & Other Attributes
- Demonstrate the formulation of business policies demonstrating corporate responsibility, having regard for business ethics, social accountability and economic activity in a global context.
Who should attend?
Professionals wishing to develop their understanding of the regulations and practices involved in global scientific research.
3 days including lectures and practical sessions
The course is also Module 5 of Quality Management in Scientific Research and Development MSc. The course has been developed in partnership with RQA (Research Quality Association).