Project Management Fundamentals for Scientists

In this class, students with advanced scientific degrees will learn the fundamentals of project management in the industry environment. In business, scientists work on projects of their own and often represent their functional area as core team members on larger project teams. This workshop series helps to develop the skills to lead small projects and provides a backdrop for working as a core team member on larger projects. It covers foundational terms and processes around planning and initiating projects from the existing Project Management Standard and will touch on the three types of project management that will be covered in the next release of the PMBOK(R) (Project Management Body of Knowledge).

Dates: July 19, 20, 21; 9 – 11:30 AM
Course capacity: 20
Course fee: $10

Workshop Instructor

Dee G Suberla

Dee G Suberla

DG Suberla Consulting, LLC and President of Project Management in Life Science

Dee developed expertise in project management, leadership and cross-functional teams in the pharmaceutical industry and evolved into an accomplished coach, speaker, consultant, and trainer. She is an adjunct instructor with the University of Chicago and Graham School. Dee earned her MBA from Webster University, her BA from Columbia College and her PMP from the Project Management Institute. Other certifications around organizational development and stress management include: The Resilience Advantage from the HeartMathTM Institute, Authorized Partner for DiSC and the 5 Behaviors of a Cohesive Team from Wiley. She is the author of C’mon Let’s Play, Living Playing and Moving Forward and Poof You’re a Project Manager and Other Delusions of Grandeur.

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