Project Management Workshop
Project Management Workshop/Phnom-Penh 12-15 november 2018
The workshop is organized from 12 to 15 November 2018 at the Royal University of Fine Arts.
Academic research faces new methods of knowledge production that trigger a need for managing research by projects. Therefore, project management is an important skill for HEIs in order to attract funding and lead projects from set-up to completion.
This training aims to provide key project management concepts, implement
effective project management processes, and develop leadership skills needed for successfully planning, managing, and delivering academic projects of any size and scope. It introduces the principles and practices of structured project management.
Participants will gain a comprehensive overview of the skills, knowledge, and tools needed to effectively manage projects. Class discussion and group exercises will reveal best practices.
The training is designed for those new to project management, or that have some experience and want to further understand the key principles: administrative staff in charge of research in HEIs, researchers and staff who is or will be in charge of project management especially in the future research centre in Social Sciences and Humanities
By the end of this training, participants will be able to:
- Understand basic project management terminology, methodology and the role of project manager
- Identify the key activities in the project life cycle
- Identify project stakeholders and understand ways of managing the relationship with them
- Outline basic tools and techniques of project management, monitoring and quality control.
Trainers are from a wide range of universities and research organizations who have particularly sound knowledge in the areas of setting up, implementing and
coordinating projects in the field of research.