Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Stakeholder Management

On a short trip to Pakistan, I found a good new blog on Project Management: Better Projects by Craig Brown. Today, he published a comprehensive and well illustrated article about Stakeholder Management, which is worth to visit.

Craig writes:

When tackling stakeholder management ask yourself what you are trying to achieve with stakeholder management. The bottom line is that you are trying to improve the project's chance of success. And you are doing it through analysing and understanding stakeholder needs, which may become either requirements or constraints, and communicating them effectively back to the project team (and sponsor.)

Check my post from earlier this week on the new handbook on Stakeholder Engagement.


Craig Brown said...

Thanks for the link.

As you fous is on change management I was wondering what paradigms and models you think are good for projects?

I have posted some stuff on prosci's ADKAR model, which I personally like for a numerb of reasons, but welcome other views.

Holger Nauheimer said...

I know the ADKAR model but I have never used it. I assume it is good but there are so many models. If you want to know more abou our framework, have a look at

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