015: How to Deal with Resistance to Change | Featuring Megan Burns

Engaging Leader

Guest Megan Burns is a consultant, speaker, & managing director of Operations Strategy Consulting. Video: How to Use a Stakeholder Analysis to Identify Audience Members. Guest Megan Burns is a consultant, speaker, & managing director of Operations Strategy Consulting. ©iStockphoto.com/AnsonLu. She has more than 15 years of industrial engineering and supply chain management experience.

Those “recognized as leaders…”

Ron Edmondson

They are leading other places where people have “recognized them as leaders” I often use something I learned in the business world (say it isn’t so Ron) called a stakeholder analysis to identify those influencers. Paul was operating under the revelation and authority of Christ, but he still surrounded himself with other leaders.

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

Harvard Business

For example, the delays associated with social conflict at large mining operations can run in the vicinity of $20 million per week. Yet the same companies that spend months and millions tweaking operational details devote only a small fraction of their resources to understanding and addressing the social risks they face. ” Building and sustaining local stakeholder support for a major investment is the new frontier of successful management and risk assessment.

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.