Project, time and self management are combined in this workshop. The focus is on the question of how a doctorate can be planned in a structured way and be processed efficiently. For this purpose, the widest spread techniques of project and time management, as used in business and science, are adapted for doctoral studies. Thereby the course provides a general introduction to these management techniques while still being most relevant for your current situation. Participants will apply the presented techniques to their own doctorate projects. This way, everyone will leave the course with concrete plans and tangible ideas on how to integrate these into their everyday work.
The following components are covered in the course:
- The domains of project management and their relevance for a doctorate
- Project planning techniques from classic to agile
- Values, visions and goals as the basis for our own actions
- Environmental factors and social acceleration as a framework for action
- Time management incl. prioritizing to structure the daily routine
About the coach:
Dr. Alexander Egeling is a certified trainer and coach for scientists. He studied and worked at universities in Germany, Australia, and Canada. Specializing in research management, career planning and communication, he has more than 10 years of experience in higher education training.
You can find the registration form here.