The University of Stirling Institute for Advanced Studies recently held a ‘Planning for Uncertainty’ online training session. This webinar considers uncertainty – in this instance within a research context – by:
Presenting tools and techniques to proactively identify and respond to risks during the planning process, rather than reactively during the project – when the focus should be on the work.
“It addresses methods to introduce contingency into the work-plan to cover for unanticipated events and discusses how to create a flexible plan that recognises and allows for uncertainty.”Fistral course outline
Comprising a large group of PhDs, participants rated the session 4.29 out of 5 (5 being Excellent) and gave extremely positive feedback.
The Top 3 comments include:
- “Thank you so much for these workshops, they have been great!”
- “Brilliant! Thank you very much!”
- “It was very useful thank you.”