Katherine Dunleavy is the coordinator for the Connected Communities Programme at the University of Bristol.  She has a strong interest in the support and development of  project management roles and coordinates the Professional Services Network which seeks to bring together project managers and administrators to share best practice around the theme of collaboration. She is currently researching the impact of collaborative research on HE systems and processes and is exploring the practical issues that can influence the success of projects.

Sessions

15:45
6th Jun 2017
Room: Room 11C

Project Managers and the Practical Ethics of Collaboration

Project managers and administrators have a central, and often undervalued role, to play in ensuring that a project not only runs efficiently but also engages with collaborators ethically. This interactive session will explore the importance of good project management in collaboration and look at some of the ethical challenges collaborations face when dealing with the

Theme: Research Management & Administration Development
Level: Management
Speakers:Katherine Dunleavy
Time: 15:45
Date: 6th Jun 2017
Room: Room 11C