Project Management Day of Service™ (PMDoS™) 2018
Project Management for Change
April 2018 Newsletter
Keeping Stakeholders Happy Shouldn't be Painful
Stakeholders are involved in every project. Whether they're one person, a group, or even an organization, stakeholders are those that may be affected by activities and decisions that occur during a project. They may be internal or external, and may have a range of responsibilities and/or impact on you project. Keeping your stakeholders informing and happy is always beneficial to the success of a project!
A few key tips on increasing the chance of positive stakeholder relationships:
- Always maintain professionalism
- Remain approachable
- Maintain frequent and clear communication
- Demonstrate awareness of customer needs
- Remain transparent
- Reside in a state of continuous improvement
- Remain customer/stakeholder-focused
Read more on these strategies Project Managers can use to perfect stakeholder relationships.
While we go through our many event photos & get DC18 PMDoS pictures on our website, feel free to get a sneak peek on our Facebook.
Look forward to more pictures soon on our DC18 PMDoS site
Project Management for Change CEO/Board Member Presents at
Upcoming PMI Atlanta Project Management Day of Service
Mike Hannan is CEO and Board Member of Project Management Day of Service's organization, Project Management of Change. He will be giving a presentation on Collective Impact at Scale: Taking Service Leadership to the Next Level at the upcoming PMI Atlanta Project Management Day of Service event on April 21st, 2018. Please visit the Atlanta PMDoS 18 website for more information.
Beyond Stakeholder Analysis and Management
Learn about business analysis challenges, stakeholder analysis and management, and tactics for building stakeholder relationships with a free webinar from ProjectManagement. One (1) PDU is awarded for those that watch the whole video signed in using your PMI credentials.
PMP Exam Updated March 26, 2018
To align with the release of the September 2017 release of PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition, PMI has updated the exam. Read what has changed here.
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