Stakeholder Management Course

Stakeholder management courseThe Stakeholder Management course will equip delegates with the tools and knowledge needed to identify, analyze, classify, and management project stakeholders. The main objective of this course is to improve the ability of project team members to manage project stakeholders and achieve project success.

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Course Overview:

Stakeholder Management is the process of managing the needs and expectations of anyone who has an interest in a project or will be affected by the project. Most project managers will agree that stakeholders are a major risk on projects and projects are often delayed as a result of poor stakeholder management. Structured stakeholder management is often neglected on projects and very few projects have pro-active stakeholder management plans.

This course builds on basic stakeholder management principles and adds a number of advanced tools and techniques to the project team’s toolbox. In this course delegates will develop a complete understanding of the project’s stakeholders and their effect on the project. A number of unique and advanced stakeholder management tools and methods are taught in this course.

Who Should Attend this Course?

The course is aimed at project and program managers, project team leaders, project team members, business analysts, and managers who want to improve their project stakeholder management skills.

Course Format:

This course covers the following topics:

  • Stakeholder management maturity in organizations;
  • The stakeholder management process;
  • Definition of stakeholder levels of risk;
  • Classification of stakeholders;
  • Stakeholder position and direction;
  • The stakeholder matrix;
  • The stakeholder constellation;
  • Development of a stakeholder power/interest grid;
  • Development of a project matrix of causes;
  • Stakeholder management plan development;
  • Development of stakeholder management strategies; and
  • Development of a strategies of control matrix.

The course uses a case study approach and delegates must complete three in-class assignments based on the case study.

Course Duration:

1 Full Day.

Training Quality Assurance:

ProjectLink has been reviewed and approved as a provider of project management training by the Project Management Institute (PMI). This course carries 7 PDU’s for PMI® certification holders.