21 May 2020
9.30 am - 1.00 pm
This workshop will develop participants’ knowledge and application of project management techniques for the management of research projects. The use of project management techniques will be illustrated and we will discuss how these can be applied to research projects. This knowledge can be used in the planning of a research project and during the post-award implementation of the project.
You will have an opportunity to consider how you can use these techniques to plan and implement your current and future projects. Experienced academic research project managers will also discuss their experience and suggest some of the does and don’ts of managing research projects. We will highlight some of the post award finance processes but will not cover these in detail during this session.
Designed for early career academic staff, experienced research staff and project managers working in a research environment.
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