Project Stakeholder Management is the last of 10 knowledge areas in the PMBOK Guide. This underplays its crucial importance to good Project Management.
What do Good Project Managers do that Average Project Managers Don’t? In this video, I look at 2 priorities that good PMs focus on that average PMs don’t.
Leadership focuses on your relationship to followers. But not everyone looks to a leader. Leading them is the role of Stakeholder Leadership.
Project Management is 80 percent communication. What we fear is the challenging communication that comes with pressure, emotions, bad news, and high stakes.
Stakeholders – and good stakeholder engagement – are the key to a successful project. So, in this video, we have 5 stakeholder engagement tips for you.
How do you know what your users, customers, and stakeholders want? You need to listen to their voices. So, what is the Voice of the Customer?
Do people notice you when you’re in the room? Do you get the attention you need – and for the right reasons? This is the phenomenon of presence.
High profile projects carry more risk than those that get less attention. It is not that things are more likely to go wrong. But it’s the profile and attention that can amplify the consequences of mistakes. And high profile projects tend also to be the subject of more speculation, gossip, and rumor. So, it isn’t […]
Handling stakeholder objections is an unavoidable part of life as a Project Manager. It ought to be one of my Project Management Rules. Resistance is Inevitable. Because, the reality is that, if you ever want to innovate, create, or change something, there is one thing you need to be ready for: resistance. Resistance is a […]
Project Managers can learn from all sorts of places. And, since your job is partly to serve your clients and stakeholders, one valuable source of ideas for you is customer service. In this article we will look at how you can keep your client and stakeholders happy by applying some of the principles of good […]