That will certainly leave a mark Projects create change. A project that is predictive and sequential or iterative and incremental is …
The top 10 blog views for 2013 continue on with a top 5 countdown to the most requested posts of the year.
Does your organization challenge find a platform within? Or will the might of the project hammer leave all who enter impact stagger out concussed?
Seriously, what were the most viewed posts on: culture, projects, impact assessments, learning? All interests revealed within.
Projects have impact.
Impact affects risk.
Risk affects hope.
Hope affects scope.
This impact analysis template, designed for use with SharePoint, is an early-phase assessment to identify all stakeholders, their needs, their awareness, and their insight into the project before they surprise you.
Top blog posts from 2011, from number 5 to number 1, a follow-up from Top 10 blog posts for 2011, 10 …
A recap on my series of six blogs around project scope. Includes links to slide deck and customizable templates: 1 of 6 — …
A stakeholder is anyone, or group, who can positively or negatively affect the outcome of the project. This posts introduces two Excel template worksheets for stakeholder identification and management.
Prior to a project’s go-ahead this template identifies groups and individuals with a stake in the success, and failure.
The effort makes sure we understand the key concerns and motivations of these audiences in order to mitigate risk to over-look or under-appreciate stakeholder position.
An impact analysis is an early-phase assessment to identify all stakeholders, their needs, their awareness, and their insight into the project – these people are not only sponsors and customers, but the people you want to invite people into the change. Involvement impacts success.
Just like a pebble tossed into a pond, projects cause ripples that carry beyond the initial splash. Projects sponsors who fail to link the change a project has to people, process, and technology risk project success and project adoption.
“Sure, you want to change scope, again. Hold still, here comes the new change control form.” “Sure, you want to change …