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Stakeholder Management and Communication Planning (Part I) – Thursday, May 7th
Stakeholder Management is one of the most underestimated knowledge areas of Project Management in spite of well-known fact, that mishandling project stakeholders is a frequent contributor to project failure. The first part of workshop will focus on fundamental concepts related to understanding stakeholders’ role in the project through discussion of stakeholder identification methods, classification, and stakeholder prioritizing.
Stakeholder Management and Communication Planning (Part II) – Friday, May 8th
Execution of the strategy regarding Stakeholder Management is primarily implemented through well designed communication activities since key ele-ment of a good stakeholders’ management plan is “keeping them in the loop.” Participants will learn how to develop and execute Communication Plan for the project. A case driven discussion conducted in groups will concentrate on such issues as manag-ing stakeholders’ expectations, conflict resolution, and completion assurance and above all – documen-tation of “lessons learned”.
Receive pre-approved PDUs for PMI® certification or contact hours for those seeking PMI® credentials or certifications.
Cost: $195 per person
Date: May 7th & May 8th, 2015
Time: 8:30am to 12:00pm
Location: University Business Center
Craig School of Business at Fresno State
5245 N. Backer Ave M/S PB 5
Fresno, CA 93740
To register, please call 559-278-2352Click Here for Event Flyer
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