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Stakeholder Management Process

Stakeholder Management Process


Welcome to the second episode of PM Coffee Talk – with your host Rahila Vayani.

This episode will help you understand in a fun way how to manage stakeholders effectively. How to identify the key stakeholders in your projects, and then win their support. Once you know who you need to get support from your stakeholders you can develop a clear plan to make sure that you get it. This makes it much easier to achieve your objectives. The episode entails -

• Why stakeholder management is so important. • How to perform a stakeholder analysis. • How to devise an effective plan for communicating for your stakeholders.

By the end of this episode, you will have learned how to manage stakeholders in your projects/programs, so that you can keep them positively engaged during your project/program

Here is the video link: https://youtu.be/o9YYDG69Yok

Supplemental documentation:

Part 1 - Stakeholder Management (XLS) 

Part 2 - Stakeholder Communications Plan (XLS)

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