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by Anna Lund Jepsen,Pernille Eskerod


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Pernille Eskerod is Professor within Project Management at Department of Leadership and Corporate Strategy, University of Southern Denmark.

Pernille Eskerod is Professor within Project Management at Department of Leadership and Corporate Strategy, University of Southern Denmark. She has published a large number of articles on the issue in, among others, International Journal of Project Management and Project Management Journal

Projects may fail because project management does not take the . This book is part of Gower’s Fundamentals of Project Management Series.

Projects can only be successful through contributions from stakeholders. The route to better projects, say Pernille Eskerod and Anna Lund Jepsen, lies in finding ways to improve project stakeholder management. To manage stakeholders effectively, you need to know your stakeholders, their behaviours and attitudes towards the project.

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Sustainable Development and Project Stakeholder Management : What Standards Sa.

Sustainable Development and Project Stakeholder Management : What Standards Say. International Journal of Project Management, 6(1), 36–50. 17 Haavaldsen, . Lædre, . Volden, G. & Lohne, J. (2014). In this special issue on project stakeholder management, the aim is to advance the understanding of this topic by looking into theory outside the project management field and by presenting findings from case studies. In this overview article, we identify the theoretical roots of the stakeholder concept and the current state of the field.

In this special issue on project stakeholder management, the aim is to advance the understanding of this topic by looking into theory outside the project management field and by presenting findings from case studies

In this special issue on project stakeholder management, the aim is to advance the understanding of this topic by looking into theory outside the project management field and by presenting findings from case studies. We point to early proponents of stakeholder thinking

additional resources. Project stakeholder management, Pernille Eskerod and Anna Lund Farnham: Gower, 2012.

The needs of each stakeholder should be understood, respected and incorporated into company thinking and plans. To achieve this, managers need to identify their key stakeholders, and understand their interest in, contribution to or affect on the organisation and its ability to meet its objectives. additional resources.

Project stakeholder management. Main Author: Eskerod, Pernille. Jepsen, Anna Lund, 1963-. Corporate Authors: ProQuest (Firm). Other Authors: Jepsen, Anna Lund, 1963-. Managing stakeholder expectations for project success : a knowledge integration framework and value focused approach, by: Schibi, Ori, 1971- Published: (2014).

BS Blichfeldt, P Eskerod. International Journal of Project Management 26 (4), 357-365, 2008. Stakeholder analysis in projects: Challenges in using current guidelines in the real world. AL Jepsen, P Eskerod. International journal of project management 27 (4), 335-343, 2009. Changes of organizations by projects. International Journal of Project Management 28 (4), 314-327, 2010. Sustainable development and project stakeholder management: What standards say. P Eskerod, M Huemann.

Projects can only be successful through contributions from stakeholders

Projects can only be successful through contributions from stakeholders. And it is the stakeholders that evaluate whether they find the project successful - an evaluation based on criteria that go beyond receiving the project deliverables.

Carrying out a project as planned is not a guarantee for success. Projects may fail because project management does not take the requirements, wishes and concerns of stakeholders sufficiently into account. Projects can only be successful through contributions from stakeholders. And it is the stakeholders that evaluate whether they find the project successful - an evaluation based on criteria that go beyond receiving the project deliverables. More often than not, the criteria are implicit and change during the project course. This is an enormous challenge for project managers. The route to better projects, say Pernille Eskerod and Anna Lund Jepsen, lies in finding ways to improve project stakeholder management. To manage stakeholders effectively, you need to know your stakeholders, their behaviours and attitudes towards the project. The authors give guidance on how to adopt an analytical and structured approach; how to document, store and retrieve your knowledge; how to plan your stakeholder interactions in advance; and how to make your plans explicit, at the very least internally. A well-conceived plan can prevent you from being carried away in the ’heat of the moment’ and help you spend your limited resources for stakeholder management in the best way. To make this plan, you need to agree on the objectives of your stakeholder strategy and ways to achieve them. Project Stakeholder Management offers tactics and tools founded on established marketing communications theory as well as strategic management for doing just that. This book is part of Gower’s Fundamentals of Project Management Series.
Project Stakeholder Management (Fundamentals of Project Management) download epub
Management & Leadership
Author: Anna Lund Jepsen,Pernille Eskerod
ISBN: 1409404374
Category: Business & Money
Subcategory: Management & Leadership
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (January 18, 2013)
Pages: 120 pages