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The Who, the Why and the How of Engaging Stakeholders

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About this Podcast Episode

The majority of problems you face in your organisation are likely to be systemic, manifest across multiple parts of the business, and will have a number of root causes. Therefore, it’s essential to build great stakeholder relationships in support of your Process Improvement work.

In our latest episode of Uncommon Sense, PMI Director Consultant Barry Byrne provides great insight into thinking about a constituency of system-wide stakeholders who you need to work with, and how to engage them effectively so that you can drive change and achieve great results.

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Join Susannah and Barry in the studio as they discuss The Who, the Why and the How of Engaging Stakeholders. You’ll hear about:

  • Definition of stakeholders and their importance in projects and improvements
  • Taking a holistic view of stakeholders within and outside the system
  • Identifying stakeholders and their level of influence
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