This seminar focuses on how to help stakeholders identify and agree upon goals, both for specific tasks and the larger organization. In this interactive seminar, participants will learn, discuss, and participate in multiple exercises to identify and categorize stakeholders and then help those stakeholders prioritize both organizational and tasks-specific goals. Attendees will also identify common barriers to reaching group consensus and strategies for overcoming those barriers.
With its focus on processes and people, the seminar combines communications, stakeholder, and human resource management – a unique offering that comprehensively ties together not just task completion, but also the people who complete them.
This course is appropriate for employees at all levels. While not required, groups of employees who frequently work together may find it helpful to attend the course together.
At the end of this course, participants will be able to:
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Outline of Developing Consensus amongst Stakeholders Training 1. Introduction
2. Who Are the Stakeholders?
Exercise: Case Study Stakeholder Inventory and Analysis
3. Agreeing on the Problem
Exercise: Case Study Problem Definition
4. Agreeing on the Solution
Exercise: Choosing Requirements Collection Techniques for a Case Study
Exercise: Writing Requirements for a Case Study
5. Prioritizing the Solution: Developing Consensus
Exercise: Building a Prioritization Model for a Case Study
6. Managing Barriers to Consensus
Exercise: Case Study Communications Planning
7. What to Do Next: Seminar Wrap Up and Follow-On References
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