Stakeholder Analysis in Project Management Tools, Strategies and Techniques to Reduce Risk and Improve Engagement Stakeholder analysis is the process by which a business or project employs a variety of set of defined systems and processes to identify people who have an interest in, and / or an impact on (or from) a project or
A stakeholder is anyone who has an impact on, or needs to know about your project, this can include; the project team, investors, subject matter experts (SME’s), customers, managers, educators, suppliers and more. Keeping track of their potential impact on your project is a key aspect of stakeholder management – the more power they have over your project outcomes – the happier you need to keep them!
Outsourcing vs Insourcing Outsourcing Outsourcing is not a new concept, nor is it one that is often met with any amount of glee, especially in the public sector, but maybe it’s not the bad egg it’s made out to be. A report in Government Businesssuggested that “outsourcing is perceived negatively by swathes of the UK
Success & Failure: Critical Factors in ERP Implementation Love them or hate them, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) digital transformation initiatives aiming for the holy grail of automation & full system interoperability have gone from the occasional side of desk project to a core business necessity in less time than it takes to say “COVID-19” –
When considering the use of consultants many people focus purely on the cost of doing so and far less on the cost of not. The consultant in question here is not a task-based contracted resource to be dropped into an existing workforce in order to execute a series of operational processes, they are, if used