Business of Science Program

The Center for Clinical & Translational Science and partner the Fisher College of Business Executive Education, presents, The Business of Science, a synchronous and asynchronous workshop designed to provide faculty researchers in the health and biomedical sciences with enhanced skills in innovation, project management and team leadership. 

The sessions are practically oriented, interactive, and introduce participants to methods they can implement immediately in their research projects. The program provides faculty the knowledge and tools to develop into independent researchers who can clearly translate and report findings to grant sponsors, and have the ability to efficiently manage the process to turn their observations in the laboratory, clinic, and community into impactful interventions.

 -Assistant Professor Participant.

Program topics are:

Leading High-Performance Teams: Learn how team dynamics and the “soft skills” can make a difference

Innovation & Value Creation: Learn how understanding the concept of value creation and knowing who are your stakeholders can provide a focus for research

Crucial Conversations: Develop the capacity to address and transform prickly, challenging issues into common areas of agreement

Decision Making: Learn skills to Managing conflict and negotiate in decision-making contexts

Managing Innovation and Uncertainty:  Learn strategies and tools to manage sources of uncertainty

Leadership Legacy: Understand the why of what you are doing and how that translates into more effective leadership

 

This year, the Business of Science will feature asynchronous and synchronous content. Participants will view and review content in advance for each session, and then take part in a two hour meeting of the group with instructional faculty in the morning and again in the afternoon.

Through NIH funding, the CCTS is able to present this program at no cost to all accepted participants from Ohio State and Nationwide Children’s Hospital 

Faculty from all ranks are invited to apply. 

Register:  http://j.mp/2LVWNhW

More Information contact: stuart.hobbs@osumc.edu