Dr Ruth Belling is an independent researcher, evaluator, educator and writer with over 20 years’ experience. A former Reader in evaluation at the Faculty of Health and Social Care, London South Bank University, she gained her PhD at Cranfield University’s world-renowned School of Management. She has particular interests in evaluation research, researcher development, management development, and health and social care.
The ability to manage research successfully is vital to every researcher’s career, whether you are studying for a doctorate, or managing your first research grant or team. This guide introduces the fundamental principles of effective research project management and shows you the author's tried and tested process to manage any research project successfully.
From planning tools to time management, document sharing to organizational aids, this guide lists 25 online tools and resources, available at zero cost, to help researchers better manage their research, be more organized and enhance productivity.
An overview of the many approaches to evaluation with their strengths and weaknesses for evaluating management and leadership development. Let this book guide you through the evaluation maze with the help of ten vital questions fundamental to successful evaluation design.