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New on the Web #11

We have been busy updating our websites with Posts, White Papers and Articles. Some of the more interesting uploaded in the last few weeks include: 61 more words

Stakeholder Management

June 2016 Posts

This account is necessary to provide me with standing to edit and post on other WordPress blogs. My posts for the month, with links are: 36 more words

Stakeholder Management

The importance of reputation - the examples of Mubadala and IPIC


The concept of reputation, which can be defined as how much stakeholders trust organizations, is often difficult to measure. It’s an intangible, an idea which is often best understood at the most inappropriate time (in other words, during a crisis). 270 more words

United Arab Emirates

Selling Change - lessons from Brexit

Is the reason so many change initiatives fail an excessive focus on the ‘technical benefits’ and future value?  Some of the lessons from the Brexit campaign would suggest ‘YES’! 1,002 more words

Stakeholder Management

The market needs certainty...really?

On the morning after the most extraordinary day in British political history, the clamour in every publicly traded market is for certainty… about the timing of the triggering of Article 50, about the new leadership of the Conservative Party (and the Labour Party), about the terms of the agreement with the EU, about the position of the rest of the UK (in particular Scotland and Northern Ireland) etc! 485 more words

Transformation

Who is the Sponsor?

In addition to people and objectives, and scope, and a schedule, a project needs money to operate. Whoever brings in that money into the project is the Sponsor. 275 more words

Project Management

Who is a Stakeholder?

Definition

As I see it, a stakeholder is someone who is going to be, or believes is going to be, benefited or hurt as a result of the successful or unsuccessful completion of your project. 489 more words

Project Management