We are happy to invite to the workshop on “Project Management for young scientists: Taking off as a project pilot“.
Date: Tuesday, 26 November 2013, 9:30-17:30
Place: GZMB building, Justus-von-Liebig-Weg 11
Duration: 1 day
New, time limited and complex – such are the tasks generally undertaken as projects. Project management competencies are nowadays also in the academic sector a decisive factor for the successful work of scientists.
Proven project management tools pave the way for the professional development and planning of projects, for competent guiding of their implementation and for their successful completion. With the help of these tools even difficult steps in the project journey can be safely navigated.
The participants will familiarize themselves with the most important project management methods and instruments. The following topics are at the core of the workshop:
>> Basics of project management: From design to completion of a project
>> It is all about direction: Setting objectives for my projects
>> How to handle the unforeseen: Strategies for dealing with difficulties
>> Projects in the higher education sector: What are the idiosyncrasies of academia?
>> Strengthen your strengths! How can I exploit the strengths of my project?
>> Stakeholder analysis: Where do I find support for my project?
>> Project management: My next steps
If you would like to take part in the workshop, register for the GGNB Career Services here (http://ggnb-career.uni-goettingen.de/) and write an e-mail to the coordinator Katrin Wodzicki (email@example.com). The e-mail should include a short motivational statement (Why do you want to take part in the workshop?).
More information about the trainer Simon Golin is available here.