December Posts

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

Posts on SRMM’s Blog

How to Suffer Successfully

Adversity can be the opportunity for growth and learning but only if you know how to suffer adversity successfully.

Issue Management & Stakeholders

Risk response plans need to deal with more than just the technical issues. Managing people’s expectations and disappointments is at least as important if the overall damage caused by a risk event or issue is to be minimised.

The Cultural Dimension of Stakeholder Management

All communication exists within a culture. Understanding the culture of the receiver will help develop more effective communication. But this is not a straightforward process.

Construction Stakeholder Management

Construction Stakeholder Management is a new book is designed to map the current state of stakeholder management in the construction industry with input from a range of well known academics and researchers.

Posts on Stakeholder Management’s Blog

How to Suffer Successfully

Adversity can be the opportunity for growth and learning but only if you know how to suffer adversity successfully.

Issue Management & Stakeholders

Risk response plans need to deal with more than just the technical issues. Managing people’s expectations and disappointments is at least as important if the overall damage caused by a risk event or issue is to be minimised.

The Cultural Dimension of Stakeholder Management

All communication exists within a culture. Understanding the culture of the receiver will help develop more effective communication. But this is not a straightforward process.

Construction Stakeholder Management

Construction Stakeholder Management is a new book is designed to map the current state of stakeholder management in the construction industry with input from a range of well known academics and researchers.

Posts on Mosaicproject’s Blog

How to Suffer Successfully

Adversity can be the opportunity for growth and learning but only if you know how to suffer adversity successfully.

Demand for Training Accelerates

A major skills shortage in Australian business is driving the need for training and promising a busy 2010.

The Cultural Dimension of Stakeholder Management

All communication exists within a culture. Understanding the culture of the receiver will help develop more effective communication. But this is not a straightforward process.

Construction Stakeholder Management

Construction Stakeholder Management is a new book is designed to map the current state of stakeholder management in the construction industry with input from a range of well known academics and researchers.

Posts on the PMI ‘Voices on PM Blog’

The Other Side of the Argument

Every one knows what that know – unfortunately it is usually wrong!

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