*Managing third-party funded projects - Part 1: Frameworks and tools for the management of scientific projects
01 April 2019
RW I, S 65
Time: 1:45pm - 5:00pm
Registration: until 18 March 2019
for doctoral candidates via BayDOC: https://baydoc.uni-bayreuth.de
This workshop is part of the "Woche des wissenschaftlichen Nachwuchses - Research Funding" from 01 - 05 April 2019
Projects in science, research and teaching are characterized by deliverables like outcomes, results, new findings or concepts, which should be presented and explained to the public. In an economic competition about funding and third-party resources, managing, controlling and marketing of scientific projects becomes crucial for project success and involved partners.
The aim of this workshop is to give an overview about frameworks and tools for the management of scientific projects. Based on short practical exercises, participants will get impulses how to structure, plan and control their projects.
- Project management in change: classical versus agile approaches
- Possible applications and limitations in scientific organisations
- Basics of planning, controlling and knowledge management
- Toolbox: Methods, software
- Understanding effects of a structured project planning
- Knowledge of application possibilties and approaches
- Overview about basic principles of project management
Trainer Dr. Christine Issa works as an advisor, trainer and coach (DGfC) in science, research and expert organisations as well as for academic development cooperation in Afghanistan. She is co- founder of SAMINWORLD in Düsseldorf; a company specialized on cross-cultural collaboration and mutual understanding.