Infuence Mapping – How To Lead Your Project To Success

Lead Change Blog

Recognizing the stakeholders of your project is what influence mapping is all about. First of all, you need to discover who your true stakeholders are. When doing this, remember a few things: Who Are Your True Stakeholders? Stakeholders may be both organizations and people, so make sure you identify the correct individual stakeholders as well as organizational stakeholdlers. Learning About Stakeholder Relationships. Stakeholder Groups.

Four Types of Meetings that Lead to Effective Organizations

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They ought not to share too much stakeholder analysis at the meeting, however. These meetings should develop or drive back to the values, mission, and vision of the organization. by Gary Cohen. Four Types of Meetings & Their Objectives. The quality of an organization’s meetings often suggests the quality of the organization’s overall work. Like effective organizations, effective meetings have clearly defined roles and objectives.

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It’s Never Been More Important for Big Companies to Listen to Local Communities

Harvard Business

Look no further than the recent protests against the completion of the Keystone and the Dakota Access pipelines , or the opposition that stopped the development of the Cape Wind Associates’ offshore wind farm in Nantucket Sound. And yet most firms fail to recognize them; more commonly, the communities they enter become a brief set of bullet points for decision makers to read without developing a real grasp of the complex environments they are facing. Alice Potter/Getty Images.

Before a Merger, Consider Company Cultures Along with Financials

Harvard Business Review

Understanding the cultural dynamics of the acquired organization, including how they operate, the manner in which they develop their talent, how are they motivated to succeed, and their executive management decision making style. Doing a stakeholder analysis to understand the additional challenges from political, regulatory, union, and community sources to be expected in the wake of a merger.