Examine your project from different sides... and you'll be successful!
Benefits of course Why take this course?
  • Do you want to perform innovative and successful research?
  • Do you want to increase your chances to get funding?
  • Do you want to improve your collaborations?
By applying dedicated project management methods and tools you will
work effectively and reach your goals more efficiently.
Postdoc's answers (2012-2014 survey):
  • 94% of participants applied what they learned.
  • The impact on participant's projects was large to medium for 60% of them, small for 33%.
Targeted public For whom?
My courses are mainly targeted to senior and junior scientists (postdocs,
PhD & Master students,...) working actively on a project.

But it's always a pleasure to share my knowledge with interested professionals!
  • 91% of participants recommend this course to postdocs, 76% to PhDs, 65% to professors, 32% to Master students.
Course goals Content
My courses allow the participants to answer the following questions:
  • What is a project and what are the main impact factors?
  • What should I do to ensure a successful research project?
  • How should I structure, plan and lead my project?
  • How do I deal with research problems?
  • How can I communicate effectively?
I also offer courses about the supervision of PhD students.
  • The most applied tools (>80% participants) are related to setting project objectives, structuring projects, getting the global project plan, controlling its evolution and communicating.
Course structure Design your course!
Teaching methods contain an equal mix of theory presentation and group exercises.
In my experience groups of 12 people allow the optimum training opportunity.

Onsite, online or blended (see e-learning) courses can be offered.
The duration of a basic onsite course varies between 2 and 3 days.

These courses can be held either in English, German or French.
  • "This class changed the way I work."
  • "I think the course is a must-do for people pursuing long-term objectives.
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