*Managing third-party funded projects - Part 2: Skills and responsibilities for the management of scientific projects
02 April 2019
RW I, S 65
Time: 9:00am - 12:15am
Registration: until 19 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
Project managers in academia do often not have the leading authority but are in charge of the project management. This requires a clear picture about the role of project leadership and related responsibilities. One of the major tasks is to establish a collaborative communication between involved team members and project partners. Responsibilities not only for one but for multiple projects doubles the challenges in project management and communication.
The aim of this workshop is to provide insights into requirements of a project manager position. Hands-on methods how to establish a good project communication and basic knowledge about team communication is another asset.
- Project leadership: roles, responsibilities, skills
- Formats for cooperation – between kick-off and meetings
- Frameworks for virtual and face-to-face collaboration
- Organisation of cooperation and communication
- Toolbox: method-based approaches
- Understanding challenges of project leadership
- Reflection of project management competencies
- Insights in organizational frameworks for cooperation
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.