Managing Stakeholder Expectations for Project Success
This power session is an introduction to Managing Stakeholder relations. It offers new ways of managing and dealing with projects, which focus more on communications, understanding stakeholders' needs and managing their expectations, as well as learning about organizational politics and culture, and performing value-add activities.
It provides a practical approach to managing issues that matter most for project success - communication, stakeholder expectations, risk, change and quality; so that the scope, schedule and cost end up on target, achieving the desired outcomes for the organization.
President, PM Konnectors (www.pmKonnectors.com)
Author, Managing Stakeholder Expectations for Project Success (2013).
Ori Schibi is a visionary leader, communicator, connector, and devoted husband and father. With 23 years of experience, he offers practical new ways of managing projects, programs, business analysis and PMOs. PM Konnectors is a Toronto-based corporation that provides a variety of services ranging from facilitation and professional development, to consulting services that deliver value to clients through a wide range of innovative business solutions.
- The Sad Reality of Project Management
- Project Complexity and Readiness Assessment
- Stakeholder Needs Assessment
- Assumptions: Project Manager's Best Friends
- Focus on What Matters
- Integration: Putting It All Together