Dr. A. K. Rao
Integrated Scientific Project Management will continue to be a theme drawing attention from professionals of all disciplines. Managing and delivering the committed outcome on time at the budgeted cost has always been a challenge. There is always an added challenge in all scientific and research projects, for they have an element of unpredictability or not many references of past records on the same work. However, the time has proven that there have been several excellent scientific projects that achieved success with meticulous planning and execution. The knowledge and experience around this project management have been fairly documented and are available for those interested. The Programme on Integrated Scientific Project Management for Women Scientists/Technologists attempts to highlight the concepts and unravel certain experiential dimensions for successful execution.
The objectives of this programme will be to:
To acquaint participants with conceptual inputs on Effective Scientific Project Management
To provide exposure to participants to Tools and Techniques on Integrated Project Management
- Integrated Scientific Project Management: An Overview
- Project Life Cycle
- Selection of Research Project (Procedure)
- Economic & Social Analysis of the Project
- Effective Use and Application of Project Outcome
- Introduction to Process of Project Management
- Aspects of Scientific and Research Projects
- Project Requirement Gathering/Specifications
- Harnessing Creativity and Building Innovation in Projects
- Project Estimation
- Project Scope and Time Management
- Quality Planning
- Planning Schedule and Resources
- Risk Planning and Response Strategies
- Building and Leading Competent Project Teams
- Execution Monitoring and Control of Projects
- Reporting Progress and Project Communication
- Project Completion and Documentation
- Exercise on Issues in Scientific Project Management
- Project Scheduling
- Classroom Lectures, Group Discussions, and Group Work
- Short Videos
- Case-let Discussions and Presentation
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Minimum 5 years of experience in Government; Academicians/Professors from Universities/ Colleges should have Ph.D./M.Tech degree and are involved in R&D activities; Maximum age limit 58 years; Periodicity of training programmes: Once in a block of 2 years (starting from 2013-14); All nominations have to be from the Government sector.
Monday, January 7, 2019 to Friday, January 11, 2019. The Programme starts at 0930 hours on January 7, 2019 and concludes on January 11, 2019 at 1715 hours. The participants are expected to arrive in Hyderabad a day before commencements and may leave after the conclusion of the Programme or in the morning of the following day.
The Programme will be held at the Centre for Organization Development (COD), Madhapur, Hyderabad. It is fully residential and the participants will be accommodated in single air-conditioned rooms at its Campus. The Centre arranges transport for participants between Airport/Railway Station and the Campus.
The programme is fully sponsored and funded by DST, Gol. The sponsoring organizations and participants NEED NOT pay any fee or expenses for board & lodging. However, the sponsoring organizations need to bear only travel expenses to & fro Hyderabad of their nominees.
LAST DATE FOR NOMINATION
December 19, 2018
CERTIFICATE OF PARTICIPATION
The Centre issues a Certificate of Participation on conclusion of the Programme.
COD ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
Participants of the programme will become members of COD Alumni Association.
Dr. A. K. Rao worked as the Director, Executive Education, at Indian School of Business, Hyderabad, India. Before joining ISB he was with HCL Technologies heading the training function. He also worked with Satyam Computer Services Limited as Principal Consultant at their Learning Centre. He has been in the learning domain for the past 13 years with institutions such as ASCI, Hyderabad, and TMTC, Pune. He is a Mechanical Engineering graduate with postgraduate qualifications in Industrial Engineering and Management from Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok. He is a Ph.D. from IIT, Bombay. His areas of interest lie in organizational learning, digital divide, and technology for citizens.