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20. Apr 2021

Project Management (June 1 and 2, 2021 | online)

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The focus of this online workshop is on planning tools for successful project management. All participants apply their experience and knowledge in practical exercises.

The following elements of project management are discussed in more detail:

  • Clarification of the contract
  • Objective definition (expected results, process goals)
  • Stakeholder analysis
  • Phase model -> work breakdown structure (WBS) -> schedule
  • Milestone plan
  • Basics of risk management

Why should every PhD student take this course once?

Knowledge and methodology competences in project management are essential in many fields such as science, industry and administration. Yet in many organisations, institutions and companies there is a need for action in the selection and implementation of appropriate strategies.

The interactive nature of the seminar serves to pool your knowledge and experience in project management with those of other researchers. In particular, you will take a closer look at important steps at the beginning of a project. To deepen your knowledge, you can use planning tools as examples. The aim is to question and optimise your previous way of project planning.

Why are these issues important to you?

In almost all professions, PM is a foundation for successful cooperation and the realisation of one’s own goals and ideas. I believe that developing one’s own attitude and transforming carefully selected PM methods into one’s own actions are important skills for every postgraduate student.

Term and Application

  • June 1 and 2, 2021: 9am – 3pm 
  • Format: online
  • Group size: maximum 12
  • Workshop-Language: English

Registration | closed


Peter Wagner

  • Studied at the Bauhaus University Weimar and Queens University Belfast
  • Certified as PM specialist, team trainer, TMS consultant, CAPACITY Works consultant
  • Numerous trainings and consultations for scientific institutions, public administrations and private companies
  • Cooperation with networks in Berlin, Hamburg and Munich
  • In addition to assignments in Germany, experience abroad in South Africa, Thailand, Kenya, Indonesia, Pakistan, Georgia, Jordan, India, Brazil


This workshop has been realised with financial support from Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg.


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