Project Management for Scientists
The successful management of research projects is key to success in science. Understanding what project management is, when it is helpful and how to apply it in research is an important skill for scientists. This course, developed by CJ Fitzsimons - author of "International Project Management - intercultural cooperation in practice" - introduces key concepts in project management, both for planning and managing work, and for working effectively with people (including with yourself).
The course is delivered by EMBO trainers.
Full schedule available on https://lab-management.embo.org/dates/pm-2021-online
PhD students (mid-senior), postdocs, staff scientists, junior PIs.
- The workshop is free of charge for members of the Research School in Stem Cell Biology. Read more about membership here.
No-show policy: Individuals who have been admitted to the workshop and fail to show up will be required to pay a no-show fee of 50%, 9000 SEK. If you cannot attend the workshop, please send an e-mail to christine [dot] karlsson [at] med [dot] lu [dot] se in advance.
WHEN AND WHERE?
February 16-18, 2021 (3 days)
Zoom digital workshop
You will need to be able to attend from a quiet place where you can work undisturbed. You will need a good internet connection, a webcam and a microphone for video calling.
Notes on Timings:
- All timings are approximate, as we will be working in a process-oriented manner. The time spent on a topic will expand or shrink to meet the needs of the course participants.
- We start at 09:00 and work until approximately 17:30 on each day.
Executive director Research School in Stem Cell Biology
Christine [dot] Karlsson [at] med [dot] lu [dot] setarget="_self"