Global Leadership in Research Management
Delivering excellence in research management in an international setting
In an increasingly unpredictable operating environment, the research management agenda is becoming ever-more challenging. The ARMA and SRA International cooperation programme has been specifically designed to help those setting the research management agenda to develop essential skills and expertise, in leadership in research management.
Who should attend?
The Global Leadership in Research Management Programme is aimed at those who are able to:
- demonstrate leadership within the research management community.
- evidence their aptitude in identifying, exploring, developing and delivering on opportunities within research management.
- show that they have acted as an ambassador and advocate for the research management profession.
- demonstrate their ability to inspire others.
The Global Leadership in Research Management Programme seeks to provide participants with the tools they need to understand the global research drivers, priorities and environment, and the leadership skills required to navigate the challenges they pose.
- Understanding the research environments, the national priorities and what happens when they intersect.
- Exploring strategic research management leadership, to understand what your organization needs and expects from a research leader now and in the future.
- Understanding your audience, how to influence engage and lead.
- Creating a dynamic research office to meet the needs of your organization and researchers.
- Understanding leadership through a research management lens.
- Contribute to the global RMA sector by delivering the outcome of a collaborative project, looking in depth at a challenge facing leaders in research management.
- To have a greater understanding of the international context in which we work, and being able to reflect this in the delivery of leading RMA.
- Use the confidential environment to experience feedback and peer-to-peer discussion to manage the challenges of senior research leadership.
- To better deliver and manage change.
- Become part of and contribute to network of global research leaders who will continue to share ideas after the programme.
- Contribute to a Leadership Workshop at the INORMS Congress June 2018.
- The global research context
- Emerging issues in research management
- Delivering high-quality research management
- Understanding and managing change
- Committee, Boards and governance
- Developing strategy collaboration
- Working with political bodies and institutions
- Stakeholder and user engagement
- Advocacy and influencing
- Research leadership in the future
- Participation at two international conferences – SRAI and INORMS – including tailored pathways and sessions
- Online platform supporting networking and collaborative working
- Learning through face-to-face and webinar sessions
- Collaborative project on research management challenges
- Leadership forum and funders forum
How does the application process work?
Deadline: January 2018
- All applicants must complete the Programme Application Form and use it to clearly demonstrate why they are a suitable candidate. A selection process will take place to ensure that delegates can gain maximum return from their participation.
- Forms received after the deadline will not be considered.
- Successful participants will be notified by February 2018.
What does the registration fee include?
The registration fee* of $7,000 USD includes:
*Travel and all other costs or expenses are not included in the fee.
- INORMS Congress in Edinburgh, UK (June 4-7, 2018);
- Pre-conference workshops before both conferences (with included accommodation and meals for pre-conference activities);
- Series of webinars covering essential topics;
- SRA International Annual Meeting in Puerto Rico, USA (October 27-31, 2018);
- Participation in regularly organized virtual discussions on a collaborative project.
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