Archive for November, 2009

October Posts

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

Posts on SRMM’s Blog

Stakeholder Relationship Management: Book Launched

Stakeholder Relationship Management: A Maturity Model for Organisational Implementation has been published.

The Stakeholder Cycle

Describing the the cyclical nature of the overall stakeholder management process.

Temporary Knowledge Organisations (TKOs)

The concept of temporary organisations has been recognised in project management literature for many years. This paper links TKOs and Stakeholder Management.

Posts on Stakeholder Management’s Blog

The Effective Management of Time in Complicated Construction Projects

It would seem size does matter – new research suggests the old saying ‘if you fail to plan, you plan to fail’ really only applies to the larger more complicated projects.

The Stakeholder Cycle

Describing the the cyclical nature of the overall stakeholder management process.

Temporary Knowledge Organisations (TKOs)

The concept of temporary organisations has been recognised in project management literature for many years. This paper links TKOs and Stakeholder Management.

Posts on Mosaicproject’s Blog

The Effective Management of Time in Complicated Construction Projects

It would seem size does matter – new research suggests the old saying ‘if you fail to plan, you plan to fail’ really only applies to the larger more complicated projects.

Posts on the PMI ‘Voices on PM Blog’

Ignore Stakeholders at Your Own Risk

Why do stakeholders matter? Well, on most projects, stakeholders equate to risks.

The Origin of Stakeholders

The whole concept of business or project stakeholders is a relatively new phenomenon.

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