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More Carrot Than Stick – How Designers Can Unlock Opportunities By Aligning Stakeholders

By Chris Hayton, Principal. Rothelowman.

As our cities race to keep up with unprecedented population growth, developers, planning authorities and other project stakeholders are finding themselves at loggerheads over their competing – yet equally valid – agendas. 886 more words

Insight

5 THINGS I'VE LEARNED DEALING WITH WITH DIFFICULT PEOPLE

“Difficult people are the greatest teachers” – Pema Chodron, Buddhist Monk

I’ve spent the bulk of my career working in high-pressure corporate environments managing a broad range of personalities. 640 more words

Leadership

Effective Stakeholder Engagement is Multifaceted

An organisation’s success, reputation and long term sustainability depends on its stakeholders and how they perceive the organisation.  The way the organisation interacts (or is perceived to interact) with its stakeholders builds its reputation and its customer base.  1,504 more words

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July 2017 Posts

This account is necessary to provide me with standing to edit and post on other WordPress blogs. My posts for the last 3 months, with links are: 36 more words

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A platform to solve the information coordination relationships problem between Academia and businesses

Originally published on Medium by OS.UNIVERSITY R&D team

In May 2017, Hristian Daskalov, project lead at the Open Source University on exchange at Riga Technical University, took part in Latvian ‘Youth Speak Forum’, organized by world’s largest students-led organization… 630 more words

Business & Economic Development

The Evolution of Project Management

The publication of the PMBOK® Guide sixth edition at the beginning of September, and the decision last week by ISO committee TC258 to revise ISO standard 21500 should mark the end of an era in the development of project management. 1,169 more words

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Reading for Leading #8: Who's on your relationship radar?

Who’s on your relationship radar this month?

Reading for Leading is a weekly leadership tip shared every Monday morning as a pithy suggestion, question or reflection. 268 more words

Leadership