"Project Management" in Research
Trouble managing your research project?
Workshops offered by Altitude are reserved exclusively to graduate students, doctoral and postdoctoral fellows. A fee may be charged in case of non-excused absence.
Who should attend this workshop? You are about to start your research activities/project and you would like to maximise the management of all components of your research activities!
This workshop will provide participants with an overview and guidance on ` project management principles ` related to managing `research activities` within a research project or a series of research projects within an innovative and creative environment.
Workshop participants will also review and discuss project management principles related to research, research activities, measuring research progress, managing teams, etc. within a creative and an intensive research environment.
This workshop is the third of a series of 3 workshops on research and Research management.
The first workshop entitled ‘What is research?, It’s environment, life cycle and key component ‘provides participants with necessary knowledge on ‘what is research’, it`s environment, it`s structure and keys components of a research project, all within a discovery and innovation setting!
The second workshop entitled ‘Managing my research project ‘provides participants an overview and provide guidance on how to optimise the management (administration) your research project within an intensive research institution’.
As a member of the University of Ottawa's research management team for more than twenty-five years, the facilitator of these workshops brings extensive experience/knowledge in research management, strategic planning, project planning, team building, financial control, enhanced efficiency/efficiency at the institutional level and strong organizational skills, multitasking and decision-making essential to success in complex workplaces.
The facilitator also has extensive knowledge and experience in large-scale project management, with a focus on managing innovative and far-reaching development initiatives to effectively meet the needs of a diverse research community;
As a retiree since 2015, he remained active in the field of research administration through various organizational review/evaluation projects, as a research management consultant and as a research management and research project management instructor.
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- Employés de l'Université d'Ottawa
- Mode de livraison
- En classe
Disponibilité de 1 place
Au moins 5 participants doivent être inscrits pour offrir cette formation