The University of Hull MBA students in Bahrain, Qatar and Saudi Arabia for the B32 intake (and locally supported by MDCI) will be having their next module (Complex project management) between the 21st – 24th January 2015 in Bahrain. The lecturer will be PAUL RHODES BA (Hons), MBA, FCMI from the University of Hull Business School.
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Paul has over 25 years’ experience from a number of blue chip fmcg companies including Rothmans, Bass Brewers, Heinz and Greencore. He has worked in the UK and overseas in a variety of marketing and leadership roles, latterly as Managing Director for a £80m food manufacturing business with 1,000 employees. He has wide experience and success in strategic planning, marketing and commercial delivery.
Paul is co-founder of York Professional Development, a Consulting and Training business. He now specialises in developing and delivering courses with a Strategic, Commercial and Marketing bias, but has also devised and presented courses on Leadership and Managing Others. His consulting roles have included developing strategic plans for several new entrants into the UK food market, as well as working on strategic projects for both the Textile industry and the Chemical and Renewable Energy industry. Further details of the business he founded can be seen on the website www.yorkpd.com
In 2009, Paul completed his MBA degree at Leeds Business School, and at the same time achieved Level 8 Diploma in Strategic Management and Leadership with the Chartered Management Institute. He now teaches part-time at Hull University Business School and Leeds Business School delivering modules in Marketing, Organisation and Strategic Management, and Management Consulting. He has extensive experience teaching at both Undergraduate and MBA/MSc level to students in the UK, Hong Kong, Singapore and across the Gulf States.
Paul lives in York, England and is married to Gail. He has three children.
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Wednesday: 21st January 2015 2pm – 10pm
Thursday : 22nd January 2015 2pm – 10pm
Friday: 23rd January 2015 9am – 7pm
Saturday: 24th January 2015 9 am – 7 pm
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Assignment questions must always be attached to your assignment. Remember to write your name, enrolment number on the course work assignment sheet.
Delay submission of assignment or failure to sit the exam has to be informed in prior.
Applicable only for mitigating circumstances. Code 200 or failure would be declared in any other case except the above.
Tutor name should be clearly written on the course work assignment sheet along with the assignment title.
Enrolment number and MDCI number should always be indicated in all your communication.
Library- Ref books are available but a limited number please return them within 10 days to enable your fellow students to read them.
Fees: please ensure that you pay your fees in advance. Please note that the University has a strict rules and regulations concerning the payment of instalments.
Please fill out the course Evaluation sheets at the end of the module. These will be distributed by your class representative and should be returned to him.