Join Bob McGannon for an in-depth discussion in this video Building new traction with stakeholders, part of Rescuing Troubled Projects.
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Any time a project is rescued, the project objectives should…be re-evaluated to assure they align with your stakeholders' expectations.…During a rescue the project objectives are frequently…modified based on the professed needs of the stakeholders.…As part of the recovery exercise…understanding and aligning stakeholder expectations is necessary.…It is critical for the project manager to follow these steps.…Obtain current expectations from primary…stakeholders, determine measurable business metrics, establish targets…to meet the business metrics, align key stakeholders…around a single set of prioritized objectives,…and communicate agreed objectives to the project team.…
It is essential that key stakeholders are in alignment with the project objectives.…If stakeholders are not aligned, the project will be at risk again.…With uncooperative stakeholders creating chaos for the…project, and stakeholders having expectations that cannot be met.…A very good tool to verify alignment and to…establish the project objectives is a stakeholder analysis tool.…
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