Exploratory Symposium: “Re-inventing Project Management in Research”

Der Termin liegt in der Vergangenheit.


  • Inspire scientists and researchers to apply modern project management methods
  • Present methods with experience reports on their use in research
  • Apply modern project management methods to your own research projects and their challenges

Target group:

Postdocs, principal investigators, junior professors, researchers and scientists who want to gain an insight into modern project management methods and their application in research projects

Your benefit:

    • Gain experience with agile management methods
    • Learn how to apply these methods in your own research projects and how to react to challenges at any moment of the project's life cycle
    • Run your projects more efficiently
    • Share your experience with other researchers

    Big Picture of the Programme:


    • Short impulse lectures for introducing each method
    • Workshops in small groups with practical exercises for each method
    • Open discussions to reflect on your own views and experiences

    Keynote:       Prof. Dr. Holger Timinger

    Speakers:    Design Thinking: Christoph Schmaltz, Dr. Wolfgang Glitscher
                           Project Canvas: Dr. Sandra Dierig, Felix Horch
                           Lean Startup: Prof. Dr. Harald Wehnes, NN
                           Scrum: Ellen Hermens, Bettina Müller
                           Kanban: Prof. Dr. Holger Timinger, Martina Blust

    All lectures and exercises will be held in English.


    Day 1: 9:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m., Dinner: 7:30 – 9:30 p.m.             
    Day 2: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

    Course fee:
    € 200 (incl. MWSt)
    € 120 (incl. MWSt) for members of GPM and spm

    Free cancellation is possible up to January 30th, 2020. Thereafter, the full participation fee is payable.

    GPM: Prof. Dr. Harald Wehnes, h.wehnes@gpm-ipma.de
    spm: Katrin Reschwamm, katrin.reschwamm@spm.ch 

    Program Committee: 
    Dr. Sandra Dierig, Dr. Uwe Haass, Katrin Reschwamm, Dr. Marcel Scheideler,  Prof. Dr. Holger Timinger, Prof. Dr. Harald Wehnes (chair)


    Helmholtz Zentrum München
    Ingolstädter Landstr. 1
    85764 München/Neuherberg, Germany