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Title: 《博士们的项目管理》Project Management for PhDs
Author: A.L. Jeanine de Bruin & Brigitte Hertz
ISBN: 978-90-5931-619-5
Price: 21.00
No. of pages: 152
Publisher: Eleven International Publishing
Published: 2010
   

Only a small percentage of PhD students manage to complete their PhD thesis on time. How can you plan the PhD program in such a way that you do finish within the set time period? ‘Project Management for PhD’s shows that you can plan a PhD program, no matter how complex and unique it is, as a project. The writing process receives special attention as it has been proven to be one of the most important factors in delaying PhD progress. This book offers a practical step-by-step plan. Using the associated planning system, to be found at www.projectmanagementforphds.com, you can create a custom-made schedule for your PhD program.
‘Project management for PhD’s’ is intended for PhD students and supervisors from all fields and any type of PhD program. It addresses not only those students aiming to complete their PhD in the classic four-year program, but also those students working part-time, either in their own time or combining the PhD with other commitments.  

Table of Contents
Introduction; 1 Why project management?; 1.1 Social developments; 1.2 Reluctance to plan ahead; 1.3 Project management for PhDs; 1.4 Plan every last detail?; Interview: ‘Education is the goal’ (Pieter Drenth); 2 From theory to practice; 2.1 Characteristics of a project; 2.2 Classic project management; 2.3 Project-based creativity; 2.4 Exercises; 3 Rhythm and time management; 3.1 Personal rhythm; 3.2 What tasks do you have?; 3.3 Planning of tasks; 3.4 Important or urgent?; 3.5 Exercises; Interview: ‘I’m a planner’(Laura Spierdijk); 4 Manage your PhD; 4.1 The Big Question; 4.2 Product or Process; 4.3 Time as a starting point; 4.4 The Planning System for PhDs; 4.5 Getting started; 4.6 Difficult times; 4.7 Exercises; Interview ‘ More and more Applied Science teachers move on to PhD’(Martha Meerman); 5 Future; 5.1 Thinking about your future; 5.2 Formulating goals; 5.3 Make SMART objectives; 5.4 Action plan; 5.5 Exercises; Interview: ‘Talk about your future needs’(Kim van Bastelaar); 6 Time to write; 6.1 Writing process step by step; 6.2 Writing and supervision; 6.3 Problems with writing; 6.4 Exercises; Interview: ‘Writing can become this huge obstacle’(Frank Zaal); 7 Teamwork; 7.1 Who do you work together with?; 7.2 How do you work together?; 7.3 Supervision; 7.4 Schedule meetings; 7.5 Dealing with conflicting interests; 7.6 Exercises; 8 Finished in four years! A step-by-step plan; 8.1 Ten Steps; 8.2 In conclusion; Literature; Acknowledgments; About the Authors


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