Stakeholder Analysis

How to Build Stakeholder Analysis and Consensual Understanding

Stakeholder analysis begins when stakeholders are identified by examining the way that they interact with the organization in providing or receiving services or benefits. Stakeholders may include external or internal persons, groups, systems, and other organizations that interact with the organizational group or a specific process. Process Stakeholders are identified by examining  contributions to the…

Complexity Factors

Questions about Complexity Factors that Impact the Amount of Meeting Risk (3 of 5)

This is the third of a five-part discussion, providing a method for evaluating the relative risk of a meeting or workshop. Method The method follows the steps below: Review the risk assessment questions from prior worksheets or those that follow. Use the FAST risk analysis worksheets to capture your answers and compute a score. Use…

Sequencing Your Meeting Introduction

How to Structure Your Most Effective Meeting Introduction

Just as the life-cycle of a meeting or workshop has three steps (ie, Get Ready, Do It, and Review), we find that within each meeting, three components need to be carefully managed to ensure success.  All agendas should include a beginning, a middle, and an end.  Many meetings fail because they neglect to include all…

Meeting Agenda Design

Meeting Agenda Design that Creates the Output You Need

To improve your meeting agenda design that effectively leads a group to its deliverable, use these steps. Following the steps below will increase your meeting success. Before we begin, let us remember the definition of a solid structured meeting (eg, FAST) agenda: Meeting Agenda Design — Defined Your meeting agenda design reflects a series of steps that structure a group…