Yogarajah Nanthagaopan has successfully completed the first PhD in Project Management from the Faculty of Management. He was supervised by Dr Nigel L. Williams and Professor Stephen Page and his thesis was titled: A Resource Based Perspective on Project Management in NGOs. Dr Nanthangaopan has returned to his native Sri Lanka and is the current Head of Economics and Management department and Coordinator for the BBM in Project Management degree program at the Faculty of Business Studies, Vavuniya Campus of the University of Jaffna, Sri Lanka.
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We would really appreciate your feedback on the new budget screen that we are designing for RED.
With this screen you will be able to go in and view the project expenditure against your budget. This should enable you to keep track of the spending on the project.
We would really like some input on what budget headings you would find useful. We want to keep it simple so that you can have a quick overview of the project. You will be able to query any figures with your CRE Ops Officer and obtain a more detailed breakdown on request if necessary.
Currently the headings are:
- Academic Staff
- Part time hourly paid staff
- Travel and subsistence
Click on this link to view the example RED Budget Screen.
If you have any thoughts on what should be included please add a comment below or email me.
Earlier this year Vitae launched an excellent development resource for principal investigators (PIs). The Leadership Development for Principal Investigators training is available online, free of charge from here: http://www.vitae.ac.uk/policy-practice/263521/Leadership-Development-for-Principal-Investigators.html
The website provides information in the following sections:
- What is expected of a principal investigator
- Research environment
- Managing people
- Project management
Information is provided for both pre-award and post-award stages of the research lifecycle.
This is a fantastic resource suitable for PIs at all stages of the research career.
If you have used the resource to access information then let us know what you think by commenting on this blog post and share your tips with your colleagues!