Managing the innovation process is neither a scientific process nor a black art. We will explore a model for innovation.
Dr Julie Holland is Director of the Glendonbrook Centre for Enterprise Education. Julie lectures in enterprise, innovation management and employability. She delivers enterprise skills training to academics and postgraduate students across the University and contributes to the School’s MBA Managing Innovation module.
Julie is also Programme Director for Healthcare Governance in Executive Education.
Julie began her academic career as a lecturer in the Pharmacy School at the University of Nottingham. Following a year’s secondment in the medical device industry, she returned to the School of Pharmacy as its Business Manager where she was responsible for school finance & administration, research contract negotiation, intellectual property management and commercialisation. Julie went on to manage a business incubation management company and was appointed commercial director of a drug discovery start-up business. She also worked in the NHS as Director of the East Midlands NHS Innovation Hub, a commercialisation office for primary and secondary care NHS trusts.
More info: http://www.lboro.ac.uk/departments/sbe/staff/profiles/hollandjulie/holla...