Tag Archives: stakeholder

Frenemies?

Working with stakeholders of various backgrounds… with varying degrees of buy-in –and bones to pick with you as well as each other… getting them all to focus on a common goal. Sound like project management? Sure does. That’s why this article posted just a few days ago caught my attention. That stakeholder theme drew me […]

Totally Turbinular

In the 1980s there was an expression – totally tubular – meaning really ‘awesome’ or cool.  I think its origins were from the west-coast (US) surfer culture. Well, that expression (with some modification, of course) has another ‘coastal’ application today, based on a story in today’s Boston Sunday Globe.  In the story, about the historic […]

Is wind a superhero? Well, it now has a Cape… Cape Wind receives Federal Approval

We’ve written about Cape Wind in our blog many times, (as well as on sister site ScopeCrepe)- from an environmental perspective and a project management perspective.  Many, many lessons learned here.  Textbook examples of stakeholder management (and mismanagement).  Stakeholder interaction.  And from a green PM perspective – the effect of environmental projects on the economy.   […]