Managing Research Projects
Planning for and successfully completing your research programme is key factor in your career development as a researcher. Perhaps you have just gained your first grant award or find yourself running the research team and maybe aspiring to win grants yourself. Taking appropriate steps to ensure the project runs effectively to achieve its objectives will impact on your future success and reputation.
During this workshop participants focus on three specific aspects of project management skills:
- Managing yourself – skills in personal effectiveness and organisation;
- Managing your project – an introduction to getting results on time and on budget;
- Managing other people – both above and below you in the management structure.
This workshop will explore aspects of
- Self management including how to prioritise choices and to organise our own time and resources to best achieve the project goals,
- Project management starting with preparing to write the application, managing the project and stages of project completion.
- Effective communication with colleagues, particularly when we may not have line management responsibility.
"Useful advice concerning time management, managing people, organising and planning."
|22 October 2012||09:30 - 16:30||Rumney Room, 11th Floor, 30-36 Newport Road|
|5 February 2013||09:30 - 16:30||Rumney Room, 11th Floor, 30-36 Newport Road|
|3 June 2013||09:30 - 16:30||Rumney Room, 11th Floor, 30-36 Newport Road|
Target Audience: RS