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Whose Project is It Anyway? Successfully Collaborating with Project Stakeholders  (back)
 
Description:
A successful project takes a village. That’s because all projects require the support, engagement, and alignment of many individuals who care about the outcomes, impacts, or usefulness of the work taking place. Effective collaboration with your project community (from sponsors to end users) is essential for identifying and reaching shared goals. This session will focus on the range of project participants (also known as stakeholders) who are essential to project success, how to work effectively with them throughout the project (hint: it starts with listening), and communication strategies and tools that can help ensure a successful collaboration.

Presented by Kim Linsenmayer, Administrative Director, Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) in the School of Medicine and Public Health

This free event is part of the Office of Strategic Consulting’s “In-Scope: Managing Projects at UW Madison” series. In Scope is a mini-curriculum and conversation workshop series designed for managers of small- to medium-sized projects.

In this series, project management experts address managing projects in the university environment, introduce project management methods and resources, and facilitate conversations around common problems and solutions
Contact Info:
Jennifer Erickson (jennifer.erickson@wisc.edu)
Intended Audience:
UW–Madison Employees
 
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Tags:
Project And Task Management
 
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