Managing Organisations

DRSupport developed an own approach to getting research organisation smart. The four essential parts are Preparing, Screening, Drafting and Implementing.

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Managing Proposals

Managing Proposals, the three essential parts of approach: Preparing phase, Construction of consortium and Writing the proposal.

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Visionary Leadership

Visionary leadership among research institutes, companies, and the Dutch government.

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EARMA-conference & NRIN-meeting

We see a burst of new life out of doors. It is fascinating. You may have a similar feeling at a conference listening to all new initiatives and insights. Here, you may read about the inspiring annual conference of the European Association of Research Managers and Administrators (EARMA) and a meeting of the Netherlands Research Integrity Network (NRIN).

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Is the organisation of your research and innovation SMART?

A boost of energy! The days become longer, plants start to flower, trees turn green, the flu vanishes, we feel like born again. Spring is the time for new initiatives like looking at the organisation of your research and innovation. Is it SMART? If not, how does it become SMART? You read it here.

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New Website

Winter 2017. Skating out-of-doors. A magnificent feeling to pass the frozen canals and lakes looking around at the landscape. The wind around your head, the sun shining. And, all the other skaters around making it a real social event. It happened, fortunately, this winter in The Netherlands. We had a similar feeling renewing the old website and starting the new year. You will read more about the novel website and the annual report of 2016 in this Newsletter.

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Consortium Management

Spring 2016. Here, you have the first Newsletter in English. You may feel it a bit strange as all customers of DRS are based in The Netherlands. We are, however, managing several European projects (see below), in which foreign parties are involved. In addition, many scientists in The Netherlands are non-native. So, we shall change our public relations more and more into English starting with this Newsletter. We hope you enjoy reading it in English as you did before in Dutch.

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