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Product/Services Overview:

MANAGE STAKEHOLDERS: Smart City & Initiative Stakeholder Management as the part of SDP’s Management Consulting & Government Advisory service offering for Public, Private and Social sector clients.

 

Product/ Service Delivery Duration:

Min 1-2 months depending upon Size of offering required and Scope of Work.

 

Ideal Client Type:

Public, Private and Social sector clients: International Agencies, National Governments-Ministries; Local Governments-Municipalities, Development Authorities, Smart City SPVs/ offices, Private Companies.

 

What is in the package of Product/Services (Deliverables)?

Smart Cities Guideline Document & Toolkit.

 

Product Offering/SoW Overview:

Stakeholder analysis:

-Identify stakeholders, Analyze, Classify and Prioritize stakeholders,

-Understand key stakeholders and Document Stakeholders

-Active Management of Stakeholders

-High Power, High Interest

-Management strategies

-Identify Stakeholders

-Plan & Implement Stakeholder Management

-Manage Stakeholder Engagement

-Control Stakeholder Engagement

-Project Stakeholders influence and can control deliverables and control scope (if the project manager allows them).

-Manage Your stakeholders sharing necessary information, yet developing and sharing the boundaries of the project

-Other items that should come into play for stakeholder management:

-Power/Interest Grid

-Power/Influence Grid

-Influence/Impact Grid

-Salient Model

-Deciding what quadrant for each stakeholder having influence over the project to ensure scope is solid – Keep Satisfied, Manage Closely, Monitor, Keep Informed

-Issue Log

-Change Requests

-Project Management Plan Updates

 

  • Create a communication plan:

-Stakeholder engagement in a globally distributed software project,

-Organizational change and stakeholder management

-Stakeholder engagement in an international research and development project

-Stakeholder communication improvements in a software delivery project

-Stakeholder communication improvements in a public infrastructure project

 

  • Consult, early and often:

- Stakeholder communication and engagement in a city based transport project

- Stakeholder communication in a school extension project

- Stakeholder communication improvements in the expansion of a university research facility

- Stakeholder communication improvements in a hostel development project

- Stakeholder communication improvements in a IT 

  • Remember, they’re only human:

-Stakeholder engagement in a globally distributed software project

-Global teams and stakeholder engagement

-Organizational change and stakeholder management

-Stakeholder communication improvements in a public infrastructure project

-Stakeholder communication in a historic building refurbishment project

-Stakeholder communication and engagement in a city based transport project

-Stakeholder communication improvements in a IT system delivery project

 

  • Plan it

- Global teams and stakeholder engagement

- Organisational change and stakeholder management

- Stakeholder communication improvements in a public infrastructure project

- Stakeholder communication and engagement in a city based transport project

- Stakeholder communication improvements in the expansion of a university research facility

- Stakeholder communication improvements in a IT system delivery project

- Stakeholder communication within a project team

 

  • Relationships are key

- Stakeholder engagement in an international research and development project

- Stakeholder communication improvements in a software delivery project

-Stakeholder communication improvements in a public infrastructure project

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  • Simple, but not easy

- Stakeholder communication improvements in a software delivery project

- Stakeholder communication improvements in a public infrastructure project

- Stakeholder communication and engagement in a city based transport project

 

  • Just part of managing risk

-Organisational change and stakeholder management

-Stakeholder engagement in an international research and development project

-Stakeholder communication improvements in a public infrastructure project

-Stakeholder communication improvements in the expansion of a university research facility

-Stakeholder communication within a project team

 

  • Compromise

-Organisational change and stakeholder management

-Stakeholder communication improvements in a public infrastructure project

-Stakeholder communication improvements in a hostel development project

-Stakeholder communication improvements in a IT system delivery project

 

  • Understand what success:

-Stakeholder engagement in an international research and development project

-Stakeholder communication improvements in a public infrastructure project

- Stakeholder communication improvements in a IT system delivery project

 

  • Take responsibility

-Stakeholder communication improvements in a software delivery project

-Stakeholder communication improvements in a public infrastructure project

-Stakeholder communication in a mining company corporate initiative

-The distant sponsor

 

Key Benefits:

  • Increased role clarity and focus

  • Increased engagement

  • Reduced risk management.

  • Transparency: Transparency is critical when managing stakeholders because it helps establish trust. Transparency creates a direct link to a leader’s intentions and helps stakeholders decide whether they want to buy into a project.

  • Clarity: Strong project leaders develop clear communication and make the complex seem simple.

  • Inclusiveness: Teams are becoming more distributed, making inclusiveness vital.

  • Effective Decision Making.

  • Accountability

  • Understand needs

  • Saving time and money

  • On decision-making

 

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    • Trying to align many different decision makers
    • Competing priorities
    • Resource constraints
    • Disparate data and opinions
    • Competing priorities between stakeholders
    • Resource constraints
    • Breakdowns in communication
    • Stakeholders resistant to share information
    • You get your communication methods wrong
    • When analyzing your stakeholder’s power/influence you get it wrong.
    • You group your stakeholders incorrectly.
    • You misunderstand stakeholder needs.
    • You don’t spread your stakeholder management resources effectively.
    • Stakeholder rewards are misunderstood
    • Risks associated with stakeholders are not understood and are not added to the risk register.
    • Stakeholders influencing other stakeholders
    • Incorrect management strategy used.
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