1. November 2019 – 15. November 2019
Dates: Friday, November 1 & Friday, November 15
Projects are all around us. Specifically, in science the planning and management of projects is highly complex and requires a set of tools and techniques to perform successfully. Project management includes excellent techniques to allocate, use, and monitor resources to achieve a goal in a desired time frame. In a scientific setting, goals may include the set-up of experiments, the allocation of grants, publishing a paper, or even achieving tenure.
In order to develop a common language, this comprehensive workshop imparts a toolbox of project management skills for doctoral candidates and/or postdocs from various disciplines. It provides basic project management concepts and principles based on international standards (PMI). During the workshop scientists will go through the full project life cycle to develop highly valued transferable competencies to enhance their professional portfolio.
Max. number participants: 15
Registration will open in May. We will keep you posted.