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Managing stakeholders

Wednesday 18 August

Cost

Unbundled (per class):

General: $590
Alumni, students and staff: $540

Bundled (entire series):

General: $2,600
Alumni, students and staff: $2,350
Purchase as a group of five or more (general rate with discount): $2,450 per person

Includes a delicious morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea.

Register now

This program may be rescheduled to ensure Curtin Executive Education complies with any current COVID restrictions.
If the program is rescheduled, your registration will automatically be transferred to the new date. If you wish to withdraw from this program 48 hours prior to the commencement date you will receive a full credit note. Less than 48 hours notice, the full program fee will be incurred. This credit can be used at any Curtin Executive Education Program (of equal value) within a 12 month period. If this program is cancelled the option of a credit note or full refund will be provided.

“The project stakeholder is sine qua non for the measuring of project success……To ensure a successful project, the project team must identify and engage all stakeholders, determine their requirements and expectation and manage their influence in relation to their requirements.”
(Buertey, Amofa and Atsrim, 2016)

Proactively working to ensure effective stakeholder identification and engagement increases the chances of bringing the project in on time and budget.

This Masterclass in stakeholder best practice teaches you how to identify stakeholders and introduces you to a proven method for effective stakeholder management to drive business success.

This highly practical program is taught by Professor Fran Ackermann, an internationally recognised researcher and teacher in the field of business strategy.

About the facilitators

Professor Fran Ackermann

Professor Fran Ackermann is a John Curtin Distinguished Professor in the School of Management. She is currently an Honorary Professor at Manchester University, an adjunct professor at Strathclyde University and has previously held positions at Bordeaux Business School, The University of Western Australia and Tilburg University. Professor Ackermann conducts industry-funded research projects for a number of organisations across the globe in industries such as transport, engineering, construction, Oil and Gas and health. Her areas of expertise encompass; systemic project risk, complex project management and strategy. She is regularly invited to undertake bespoke executive education programs based on her research and experience teaching in the US, MEA and the UK. She is a British Academy of Management Fellow, a senior editor of Decision Support Systems and has written extensively publishing 5 books, 30+ book chapters and over 80 peer-reviewed articles.