W2_TN_Stakeholder Mapping


1)      Problem Statement:

Today, an investment manager needs to satisfy an ever more growing range of stakeholders. Such is the case due to the growing number of stakeholders and indeed the growing chasm between different stakeholder goals and objectives. To illustrate, an investment manager who invests in an oil field needs generate as much financial returns as possible to satisfy her shareholders, while at the same time making sure that the field operates within strict environmental boundaries, which at many times come at a cost. Such conflicting stakeholder goals require an intricate and structured approach to stakeholder analysis and mapping, in order to set expectations, manage stakeholders and ensure stakeholder coherence.

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W1_TN_Tuckman Assessment


1)      Problem Statement

During our first week of the Takatuf PMI course, we established a new project team. Being a team made up of members who seldom worked together previously, it is essential to agree on a leadership style that would work best for the team, which is the focus of this blog.

Methodology:

In order to select a suitable style it was important to understand the team first, hence, it was agreed to assess and analyse each member’s perception of the team’s current dynamics with the ultimate aim of identifying the most suitable and effective leadership style for the team (Clark, 1998). Tuckman’s “Stages of group development” theory is the basis for the following analysis.

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