Juggling Act: How to Effectively Manage Your Projects and Your Stakeholders

Bonnie Cooper, PMP
Trainer and Consultant for Corporate Education Group

Course ID: MDW1286a / Duration: 1 Hour / Credits: 1 PDU

About the Webinar

The best project managers know that managing the expectations, goals, and objectives of key stakeholders is critical to project success. If the stakeholders aren’t satisfied, even the most efficient and well-executed project won’t be deemed successful in the eyes of those that matter most. The best way to ensure stakeholder needs are met is to establish them up front, along with clear and mutually agreed upon communication and project completion requirements. By considering stakeholder perceptions while developing the project charter and project plan, you can avoid unnecessary readjustments during project execution.



In this webinar, you will learn:

  • - How to initiate projects that help your organization achieve its goals
    - How to develop a project charter and a project management plan
    - How to identify and analyze project stakeholders and determine their information needs and communication requirements
  • - How to manage stakeholder expectations and ensure their satisfaction 

About the Presenter


Bonnie Cooper, PMP, trainer and consultant for Corporate Education Group, has more than 20 years of experience driving IT solutions and is currently the program portfolio director of the Massachusetts Medical Society's Corporate IT Project Management Office (PMO). In her current role, Bonnie is responsible for coordinating the efforts of project teams, defining a consistent software development methodology, and leading the re-engineering of the member website and services platform.

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