This workshop will help project personnel build and maintain robust project relationships by using the Stakeholder Circle® methodology (and the supporting software tools) to identify key stakeholders and then to manage the relationships between their unique stakeholder community and the project.
Attendees will work through a structured case study to identify, prioritise and engage with the stakeholders of 'Paradise Island Utility' project.
Who should attend: Project and program managers, and team members interested in enhancing their project's interaction with its stakeholder community.
Attendees will be provided with a comprehensive workbook and copies of Mosaic's Stakeholder Circle® worksheet (Excel) and Word template.
The Stakeholder Circle® is designed to enhance the management of a business unit, organizational activity, or project’s stakeholder community to the benefit of the stakeholders and the activity. It is a proven methodology supported by robust, easy to use tools. It is based on the premise that the success of a project, or business enterprise, can only occur with the informed consent of its stakeholder community. This community comprises individuals and groups, each with a different potential to influence the project’s outcome.
The Stakeholder Circle has been devised to offer a mechanism for assessing the relative influence of each of the key stakeholders and planning ways to engage with and manage their expectations/contributions. The benefit of using this tool is derived in part from the analysis process itself as well as from the ease with which the influence of key stakeholders on the project can be judged once the Stakeholder Circle diagram is complete.
The tool facilitates the regular updating of this assessment as the stakeholder community changes to reflect the dynamic nature of the project and its relationships. Changes and trends are tracked over time to help the team identify which engagement strategies are working and which need reviewing.
The key steps in this process are:
This workshop can be combined with our Communicating Effectively, the science and art of engaging others workshop.
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