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Virtual Practices as a Game Changer in Project Stakeholder Management

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59m 42s
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Overview

Engaging project stakeholders and integrating their user knowledge plays an increasingly vital role in projects to ensure benefit creation of projects. Due to digitalization, new practices are evolving that allow for digital ways of integrating and interacting with future end users by analog and digital boundary objects.  This webinar shows examples of contemporary project stakeholder management and discusses benefits and recommendations for practitioners. We highlight the understanding of the use of digital and analog boundary objects in project context, identifying best-for-project integration of objects, actors, and practices as well as the underlying values.

The presentation addresses the Strategic and Business Management Competency, understanding and acknowledging the bigger picture of the project environment, crossing boundaries as well as thinking outside of boxes and giving inclusive examples how to integrate them.  

 

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Acknowledgements: Laura Schofield

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