September Posts

This account is necessary to provide me with standing to edit and post on other WordPress blogs. My posts for September 2009 with links are:

Posts on SRMM’s Blog

The influence of Personal Branding on communication

The critical importance of how a person is perceived on their ability to communicate effectively is canvassed based on the concept of personal branding.

 The power of deadlines

People procrastinate. The most effective stakeholder strategy is to set externally imposed deadlines at regular intervals and to monitor performance against these deadlines.

Stakeholder Management with apologies to Dr. Seuss

Effective stakeholder management needs an organisational approach. This can only be achieved by the organisation as a whole adopting mature, ethical stakeholder management as a core discipline using a practical framework such as the SRMM model.

Posts on Stakeholder Management’s Blog

The influence of Personal Branding on communication

The critical importance of how a person is perceived on their ability to communicate effectively is canvassed based on the concept of personal branding.

 The power of deadlines

People procrastinate. The most effective stakeholder strategy is to set externally imposed deadlines at regular intervals and to monitor performance against these deadlines.

Stakeholder Management with apologies to Dr. Seuss

Effective stakeholder management needs an organisational approach. This can only be achieved by the organisation as a whole adopting mature, ethical stakeholder management as a core discipline using a practical framework such as the SRMM model. 

Posts on Mosaicproject’s Blog

Thoughts on Agile

Mosaic’s ‘Thoughts on Agile’ discussion paper released for comment.
 

Posts on the PMI ‘Voices on PM Blog’

Stakeholders: Changing Attitudes, Securing Support

Follow on from ‘Communicating for effect’ – support, receptiveness and the need for change

Who is a Stakeholder?

The IRONIC – modle

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