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Managing Your Research Project (Online Resource)
Domain: A1 Knowledge base

TACE: T - Transition

Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, all face to face training at the Doctoral Academy has been postponed for the foreseeable future.

Listed below is a selection of external learning resources related to this subject that you may find useful.

Best Practices For Project Management Success
Fundamentals of Project Planning and Management
Project Management Foundations
Project Management Foundations: Small Projects
Project Management Principles and Practices
Project Management Tips
Project Management: The Basics of Success

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Format: Online
Suitable for: Early/Middle

This course will introduce you to some of the key concepts of conventional project management and show you how they can be used in the academic research context. It will take you through the four key phases of the project life cycle, introduce traditional project management methodologies and illustrate how these tools and techniques can be used in the research context. After finishing the course, you will be able to:
* understand relationships between project components (resources, duration and scope)
* develop a project plan
* understand the concept of a ‘critical path’
* identify the key stakeholders for your project and understand their influence and potential impact on a project
* identify and manage risk in your project
* have an awareness of the key project management tools available to you

This online course will take about two hours to complete, but may be done in several visits

A workshop is also available - Practical Project Management for Your Research

More information on this subject may be available on the range of online learning resources such as Linkedin Learning

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