Increasingly (academic) research is catching up with other parts of good business practice and developing programs and strategies to guide the work.
Although, a lot (maybe even most) academic researchers don’t think project management is something that can be applied to research. But, I think that’s wrong. I think most who have that have not tried it. They have not tried project management in research. They haven’t tried developing strategy. They haven’t tried building and sticking to a program of works.
But, if you’re here, that’s clearly not you.
You’re interested in how planning, strategy, project, programs and portfolios can be used to build a bigger project. To build on previous work. To build a team. To support a team. To unify a team.