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Project Manager : Project Manager Oct Nov 2013
www.aipm.com.au Project Manager 37 Constructing a simple, or even hand-drawn, stakeholder network diagram can aid in ensuring that all stakeholders are covered, both directly and indirectly. Remember that often those in the workplace with greatest influence may not be those who hold key senior positions. Apart from formal and informal influencers, it's also worth highlighting who the change agents are in each area and who needs to actually adopt the change. Take into consideration that there may also be multiple infor mal sponsors across various groups, as well as the designated sponsor of a project. As our project environments become increasingly fast-paced and agile, the PMO needs to continually question its role and value. If not as a means of raising its visibility and success rate, it may be a matter of sur vival if a PMO doesn't embrace and foster its role as a change agent. ••• STAKEHOLDER NETWORKS Key influencers PMO Project A Project B Project C Executive Team (Sponsor) Finance HR Dan Dave Will PM Jack PM Bob Coordinator Sally Sue PM Jules Mitch Program Leadership Team (Sponsor) Enterprise PMO IT PMO There may be multiple informal sponsors across various groups, as well as the designated sponsor of a project.
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