In that article, we discussed the various components of the Extended Project Team, Project Team, and Project Management Team. So regardless of what team we are talking about, is there one team for a given project?
Kids were having steak for lunch so they were steakeholders 🙂
Well, our topic today is not about steakholders but stakeholders and shareholders. No cup holders for today.
Honestly, this topic is easy and straight forward. We do not often see too much confusion between the two terms in our workshops. People understand the term shareholder and they know it is different from a stakeholder. The confusion is often about the stakeholders themselves – there is no clear understanding of who are the stakeholders.
With this post, we will start re-publishing some old articles and update them. Of course, we will continue to publish new articles.
Project management is a serious business, but it does not hurt to have some fun with this interesting domain. In this post, we decided to play on words and learn the language of the living dead that, some of us, use from time to time. Continue reading →
I hope this post will not be misunderstood and taken for what it is – sharing a personal career path that started in 1984 in engineering and shifted to project management in 1990 and continuing to today. This is a sample career path and we hope it will inspire others to lead.
Earlier this week, I stumbled upon an online post on LinkedIn, where a project management training provider conducted a CAPM® certification preparation class to high school students. This post brought a short debate with the instructor, who posted the original message. I had also started a discussion online, which has generated many responses.
Also, this debate brought up a few points, which we will discuss below. Continue reading →