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Fundamentals of Project Management for Research (315)
10 and 11 February 2021
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Dr Thomas Teichler
A good understanding of project management is essential in an academic setting, where researchers are dealing with a wide range of diverse tasks. Planning and managing days, weeks and month goes a long way in keeping academics organized and increasing their productivity. Fundamentals of project management provides a comprehensive introduction to the management of projects executed by a single person. The course will provide an overview of the theory and principles as well as how to apply these principles to a PhD project. Participants will learn simple and effective tools to define goals, structure objectives and milestones, anticipate setbacks and track their progress. As part of the course, participants will engage in hands-on activities that will guide them to draw a project plan for their current PhD project and collect feedback from the group. Additionally, they will acquire strategies to address the main challenges and risks involved in a project.
At the end of this workshop participants will be able to:
During the workshop participants will experience a trustful and engaging environment, where they will feel comfortable to open up and share their experiences, while being challenged to stretch and take some action. Thereby, participants will have a chance to not only learn new techniques but also build confidence.
Date: Wednesday 10th and Thursday 11th February 2021
Schedule: 9 am to 12:30 ; 2 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Dr Thomas Teichler is a certified Co-active coach, trainer and consultant on leadership, team development, and change management. After a few years with Roland Berger Strategy Consultants he set up his own market research and coaching business, before writing a PhD about science cooperation in the high-tech and security sector at the European University Institute in Florence. As a policy consultant Thomas worked for the Manchester Institute of Innovation Research at Manchester Business School in the UK and for Technopolis Group in Germany. He advised the European Commission, national governments and international organizations on research and innovation policy. He trains doctoral students and post-docs at universities in Switzerland and Germany, as well as the Max Planck Society.