Tag Archives: Stakeholder Management

Working with Suppliers on Projects

The current posting presents a combination of corporate strategy and project management concerning working with suppliers on projects. The showcase encompasses research experience in corporate strategy and over 15 years of project and program management experience. The corporate strategy theory states that a company and its suppliers form an ecosystem, very similar to a natural […]

Working with Difficult Stakeholders

The current posting contains lessons I acquired as a lead engineer—these lessons concern working with difficult stakeholders. As a project lead, the first job I secured was with a major technology company. I was a consultant. I had in abundance the professional skills required to do my job, but the specific domain knowledge lacked depth, […]

Lessons Learned About Stakeholder Management

The current post contains a few valuable lessons learned about stakeholder management I came across during my 15 years working as a project and program manager. The palette of particular situations concerning stakeholder management is huge: deciding when and how to share setbacks concerning the project; how to make an effective executive presentation; how to […]