How to use Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) to harness business growth
It has been an extraordinary challenging year for many of us and businesses have been affected in many ways. With a glimpse of light brought by the development of vaccines, it’s time to take a proactive approach to the next step for your business recovery and growth.
The management Knowledge Transfer Partnership (mKTP) is a government grant scheme designed to help drive business performance, productivity and growth through transformative management practices with university academic expertise.
This workshop will explore the mKTP funding and how business can apply for a grant to facilitate the recovery.
If you have any questions about this event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
3:00-3:10 - Welcome and introduction to Faculty of Business and Law, Peter Hooley, Director of Business Services
3:10-3:25 - Driving growth and delivering business-wide impact - opportunities for mKTP, Stephen Woodhouse, KT Advisor, KTN
3:25-3:35 - How other companies achieved their ambitions? - Sandra Johnson, Collaboration Manager
3:35-3:55 - Q&A session with experts
Stephen Woodhouse, KT Adviser, Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN)
Prof James McCalman, Professor of Leadership Studies
Dr Chris Simms, Reader in Innovation Management and New Product Development
Dr Nigel Williams, Reader in Project Management
3:55-4:00 - Event close
Date: 4 March 2021 | Thursday
Time: 3:00pm - 4:00pm
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This webinar will be video recorded.
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