Scoring yourself on a Stakeholder Balance Sheet. Book review of “The Stakeholder Balance Sheet” by Suntook & Murphy + how this can help your business.
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How can you avoid stakeholder disappointment when deivering analysis or models? Guest blogger, Harry Powell, shares a model for finding optimal time to stop.
At the end of another month, there is just time for one more post on stakeholder engagement. The change of term from stakeholder management is deliberate. As we welcome back frequent guest blogger Tony Boobier. In this post, Tony shares his relevant experience from the world of project management. Which stakeholders matter? How do you […]
Do you have a stakeholder segmentation? Had you even considered the need for one? Perhaps you think segmentations are just for customers or other parties external to your business. Does creating one for your key stakeholders sound like ‘over engineering‘? I’ve heard that response before. Yet, in this post I’ll make the case for how […]
Do you have a stakeholder map? Is it up-to-date and do you use it? Those questions frequently come up when I’m working with clients. In either training or coaching, the need to ‘know your stakeholders‘ is a common one. It’s not surprising that it matters. Today’s businesses are more complex than ever. Plus, it’s not […]
Continuing our series exploring the softer skills needed by data leaders (not just analysts). In this post we explore how to secure buy-in.
What can data leaders learn from the softer skills needed by analysts? Part 2 of our series for data leaders looks at planning.
Exploring how data & analytics leaders use softer skills to succeed in their roles. Part 1: How do data leaders use questioning skills?
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