Stakeholder Management Blog

  • Differentiating normal, complex and megaprojects
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    The days when projects were simply projects and project success was defined by the ‘iron triangle’ are long gone.  The intention of this post is to try and bring together four aspects of current thinking and their embedded concepts into an overall model of project management in the 21st century. ... Read more »
  • New on the Web #17
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    Binnacle: designed to reduce compass error! 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: New Article: Sustainable project management WP updated: Portfolio Management WP updated: Decision Making WP updated: The innate effect of Bias These links are directly related to stakeholder engagement... Read more »
  • The reference case for management reserves
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    Risk management and Earned Value practitioners, and a range of standards, advocate the inclusion of contingencies in the project baseline to compensate for defined risk events. The contingency may (should) include an appropriate allowance for variability in the estimates modelled using Monte Carlo or similar; these are the ‘known unknowns’. ... Read more »
  • Two exceptional workshops at PGCS 2017 – 1st May
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    PGCS 2017 is offering workshops by Dr. Lynda Bourne and Dr. Keith Joiner in Canberra on Monday 1st May. Both offer a unique international viewpoint on very different aspects of project management. My (Lynda’s) workshop ‘Leading Successful Teams’ focuses on collaborative teams which are key to success in any business activity.... Read more »
  • New on the Web #16
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    Binnacle: designed to reduce compass error! 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: New Article: Assurance for high-risk projects New Article: The origins of PERT and CPM WP updated: Strategic Alignment. WP updated: Proactive Project Surveillance. These links are directly related... Read more »
  • New on the Web #15
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    Binnacle: designed to reduce compass error! 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: WP updated: Risk Management. WP Updated: Project Strategy. WP Updated: Ethics and Leadership. These links are directly related to stakeholder engagement and communication.  A full indexed listing... Read more »
  • How the chair can make a meeting ineffective
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    The chair of any meeting has a unique ability to destroy the value of the meeting! Eight of the key ways to reduce the meeting’s value are: Playing favourites. Bad chairs tend to shut down some attendees whilst allowing others they see as politically important to occupy most of the speaking time.... Read more »
  • The Yin and Yang of Integrated Data Systems
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    Integrated project management information systems (PMIS) are becoming more common and more sophisticated ranging from ‘web portals’ that hold project data through to the potential for fully integrated design and construction management using BIM[1].  The benefits from using these systems can be as much as 20% on complex construction projects... Read more »
  • New on the Web #14
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    Binnacle: designed to reduce compass error! 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: New Article: Professional Project Management. WP updated: Project Size and Categorisation. WP updated: Defining the Project Charter. WP Updated: Problem Solving. WP Updated: Risk Management. These links are directly related... Read more »
  • Are you a workshop leader or facilitator?
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    Workshops are a routine feature in many projects. They are typically used either to find a solution to a problem or to develop and integrate knowledge needed for the work (eg, requirements gathering and prioritisation). Effective project managers know that every workshop is a meeting and many of the rules for... Read more »
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