Date: April 3rd 2020
Time: 9 am – 5 pm
Place: Room 1.27 [Von-Seckendorff-Platz 1, Halle]
Lecturer: Katja Wolter (Steinbeis Research Center)
Participants: 15 max
Registration: Please use the form at the end of the post
Registration Deadline: March 20th 2020
Are you a PhD candidate who could benefit from structuring your work, having a firmer grip on things and confidence in your research? In this training course you’ll explore how you can manage your doctoral research successfully as a whole. You learn the basic theory of project management and you will apply them to your own doctoral project during practical exercises and discussions. Furthermore you will learn how to manage project time and communicate within the project team and with the stakeholders of your project.
More focus, clear priorities, awareness, and more organisation of your work will be the result. The training will focus on your projects in the natural science.
We’ll cover the following topics:
- Basic theory of project management
- Applying basic theory of project management to individual doctoral project
- Practical support in planning and execution of the promotional project
- Time Planning in the project
- Strategic communication with stakeholders
- Project team stages and leadership styles
The module is open for all interested PhD students but members of the IGS-FP will be given priority. All applicants will be chosen depending on their registration time in chronological order.