Building Project Success Through Effective Stakeholder Management – with LEGO Serious Play™
Using an experiential learning process, the event presents an approach for identifying, mapping, and analysing stakeholders that brings new insights, challenges existing assumptions, and creates the foundation to deal proactively with stakeholders in a way that both taps potential and minimises risk.
This approach to working with stakeholders – an aspect often overlooked or not sufficiently addressed in companies – will surely inform, inspire, and stretch your thinking.
Building Project Success Through Effective Stakeholder Management is designed for Project Managers in large organisations and senior decision makers in smaller organisations. We will take participants through an interactive process to discover the following processes of Stakeholder Management
|1.Understanding the project or organisation’s external eco-system or environment|
|2. Stakeholder Identification|
|3. Stakeholder Analysis|
|4. Stakeholder Modelling|
|5. Scenario Building|
|6. Risk Management |
Through this workshop, participants will:
|1. Develop understanding of an aspect of project management that is often overlooked and inadequately handled|
|2. Identify important stakeholders and learn how they can impact a project, constructively or adversely|
|3. Crystallize and challenge your own assumptions, identifying opportunities previously unseen or underestimated|
|4. Be equipped to deal proactively with stakeholders to both tap potential and minimise risk|
Follow the event discussion on
|18:00 || Door Opening and Registration|
|18:30 || Presentation about CTP Consulting|
|18:40 || Presentation & Hands-on Workshop with Lego Serious Play™|
|20:30 || Networking Apero|
About the speaker:
| ||Eli De Friend As a strategy and Organisational Development consultant, Eli has extensive experience accompanying large multinationals in enterprise-wide change programmes. While training as an IT recruitment agent, he took his first formal courses in interpersonal communications 20 years ago and has integrated these skills into programme management and consulting activities. |
A qualified practitioner for MBTI, GCI, NEO and FIRO-B assessment tools, Eli has facilitated workshops on strategy, knowledge management, project management, sustainable development and leadership. Since 2000, Eli has led and contributed to several internal Performance and Talent Management programmes, while “practicing what he preaches” as an executive/people manager for firms such as DEC, Compaq (now HP), and Itecor.
The number of entries are limited. Please book early.
Cambridge Technology Partners has kindly agreed to host the event at their premises