Dr Daniele Doneddu
Senior Lecturer
School of Management
Telephone: (01792) 604221
Room: Office 210 - 210
Second Floor
School of Management
Bay Campus

Teaching

  • MN-1517 Personal Skills Development for Business

    This module aims to help students develop key skills which will be of a practical benefit to them as integrate into the professional workplace and work to become Business graduates. Specifically the module will teach students how to engage with potential employers, colleagues and the wider business community. Communicating effectively and playing a positive role within a team will therefore be core themes throughout the module.

  • MN-3047 Strategic Implementation

    This module is an advanced optional strategy module that focuses on the implementation of strategy. The module will begin by an overview of the history of strategy and the basic analytical techniques that result in the identification of strategic options. The main module content will be structured around a number of themes that reflect the challenges faced by contemporary organisations in implementing strategies.

  • MN-3519 Information Technology Service Management

    With ever-increasing organisational complexities and evolving business needs, organisations are adopting a variety of information technology (IT) services in order to fulfil their goals, including customer and business partner expectations. In order to effectively manage various IT services, organisations need to have a clear framework for guiding IT strategy formulation, IT service design, implementation and maintenance. Information Technology Infrastructure Library® (ITIL®) is one of the widely accepted frameworks for IT service management and is founded on the premise of best practices from both the private and public sectors. In order to equip students with the fundamentals of such a widely accepted framework, the module will cover awareness and comprehension of key aspects surrounding the topic of IT Service Management in the context of ITIL®. This will include service management as a practice, the ITIL service lifecycle and the alignment between IT services offered and business needs as they evolve, and key principles, models, processes, functions, roles, technologies and competencies that are essential for effective service management.

  • PMEM103 Translation, Trends and Disruptive Life Science Innovations

    This module will explore the range of trends and developments in innovation in the life science sector. Students will be introduced to the strategic and critical approach to developing and translating innovation in life science within the global market place, with reference to healthcare services management, use of informatics, medical manufacturing, medical technology and regenerative medicine.

Supervision

  • The Economics of Aircraft Life (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Dr Gareth Davies
    Other supervisor: Prof Nicholas Rich
    Other supervisor: Prof Marc Clement
  • Management of multi-organisational product design and development: the case of medical devices (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Prof Nicholas Rich
  • What influences the adoption and use of ventricular assist devices in advanced heart failure in the UK? (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Dr Louisa Huxtable-Thomas
    Other supervisor: Dr Gareth Davies
    Other supervisor: Prof Marc Clement
  • Will big data analytics provide a new paradigm for meaningful consent in the internet of everything? (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Dr Frederic Boy
  • 'Development of Knowledge Economy Framework in the Life Science Sector in The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia' (awarded 2018)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Prof Nicholas Rich
    Other supervisor: Prof Marc Clement