Business Development Manager or Executive or Director
Posted by : sovia, 09 Desember 2008 08:15:37Kategori: HRIS | Viewed : 1560 | Rating:
The ’business development’ job title can mean various things. Some organizations refer to sales and account management jobs as ’business development’, in which case refer to the account manager job description below. The business development job description - and especially the extent of strategic and authority responsibility - depends on whom the role reports to, and the scale of and complexity of the ’business’ (markets, products/services, territory, etc) to be developed.
This is an example of typical responsibilities of a senior business development role, or business development director: ** Market and technology research ** Formulation of strategy ** Distribution channel analysis and development ** New product development planning and management ** Technology transfer, licensing, partnerships assessment and development ** Marketing and advertising and promotion planning ** Sales organisation planning and development ** 1mport/export development ** Business planning ** Launch and implementation ** If the business development job has direct-reporting staff then the above would tend to be managed via others, and the role would include people-management, recruitment, motivation, training and development staffing responsibilities ** Appropriate Administration, budgeting, monitoring, reporting, communication and liaison. ** Health and safety adherence ** Self-development and continuing personal development ** (If formal director) Execute the responsibilities of a company director according to lawful and ethical standards, as referenced in ... (whatever director policy and standards document you might use). ~JDesCom~