Archive for December, 2008

December Posts

This account is necessary to provide me with standing to edit and post on other WordPress blogs.  My posts for December 2008 with links are:

Posts on Stakeholder Management’s Blog


To my new blog – this blog has been established to provide an informal forum to discuss stakeholder management issues. 

Kuala Lumpur in February 

Update on the PMI Asia Pacific Global Congress, from 9th to 11th February. For more on the Congress see

My Other Blog

My contributions to the Mosaicproject’s blog on OPM3 and Training see

Posts on Mosaicproject’s Blog

PMI Exam Planner

PMI’s new tool to help candidates for any of the PMI Credentials determine which of the PMI standards to use for their exam.

My new Stakeholder Blog

Visit the blog for updates on stakeholder management topics.


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November Posts

This account is necessary to provide me with standing to edit and post on other WordPress blogs.  My posts for November 2008 with links are:

Stakeholder Management Paper presented at IPMA Rome congress
Brief overview of the presentation of our paper, ‘Developing Stakeholder Management Maturity in a Traditional Business – An International Case Study’, presented in conjunction with APM Terminals Management B.V. and comments on the congress.

The Maturing of PMI’s OPM3
An update on the enhancements included in the OPM3 Second Edition and the upgrading of PMI’s 4 core standards for project (PMBOK), program and portfolio management plus OPM3.

Our New Communication Workshop
Outline of our new 2 day Communication Workshop, The Science and Art of Communicating Effectively, selected for PMI Global Congress, Kuala Lumpur (Feb 2009)

Achieving Real Project Success
There are at least three different criteria for success that can operate independently:
 –  Project Management Success
 –  Technical Success
 –  Business Success

PMI Proves the Value of Project Management (1) – Waking up the C Suite
A discussion of the challenges of aligning the perceptions of senior management with the actual capability of organisations to deliver PPP value and the benefits of empirical measurements using PMI’s OPM3 constructs

PMI Proves the Value of Project Management (2) – Defining the Value of Project Management
A brief discussion of the findings reported in the ‘Researching the Value of Project Management’ study.  The study conclusively demonstrates effective PPP management delivers value to organisations but it is not possible to pre-determine a normalised ROI on the investment.

I hope you find some of them of interest.

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