Science Project Management - Bootcamp

Project management skills can mean the difference between success and failure. Poor project management compromise the quality of a project’s conduct, its outcomes and outputs, and reflects poorly on the scientist. Project management skills will help scientists improve their ability to meet milestones, avoid risks and issues and improve access to opportunities, including additional funding.

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What is a Sativus Bootcamp?

A Sativus Bootcamp is designed to be an intensive, targeted and tailored learning experience to improve, shape or refine skills that are critical for achieving a goal.

When is a Sativus Bootcamp useful?

A Sativus Bootcamp is useful when needing to rapidly improve a skillset in a short period of time. This bootcamp is ideal for anyone working in a role that requires management of any type of science project.

What value can Sativus Bootcamps add?

Sativus Bootcamps will rapidly increase your knowledge and skills through individualised learning and understanding of the skills needed to avoid and minimise project risks, and improve access to opportunities.

This Sativus Bootcamp will cover:

  • Understanding the difference between failed research and failed project management
  • The triple constraints – time, cost, quality
  • How to keep projects on track (and get them back on track)
  • Understanding risk and identifying opportunities
  • Risk identification, mitigation and management
  • Preparing risk, communications and quality plans
  • Preparing and managing a budget
  • Managing time and avoiding delays
  • Closing out a project.

 

Includes:

  • Individual one-on-one session with the course facilitator
  • Access to the Sativus GEMS online Bootcamp course
  • An intensive 4-hour interactive virtual session
  • Feedback on your proposal development
  • Proposal development resource.

 

Science Project Management

Project management skills can mean the difference between success and failure. Poor project management compromise the quality of a project’s conduct, its outcomes and outputs, and reflects poorly on the scientist. Project management skills will help scientists improve their ability to meet milestones, avoid risks and issues and improve access to opportunities, including additional funding. Download flyer