We recently received a request from our local PMI Chapter for any articles on Stakeholders. In looking back we had never written an article specific to stakeholders, so we were unable to help them. I did, however put the thought of writing an article on stakeholders in the back of my mind. Then a few days later I finished a very short book and, as I was thinking about the “learning” from the book, I realized that there was a connection between the “learning” and stakeholders.Actually this occurred after waking up in the middle of the night and trying to get back to sleep.You’d think I would have better things to think about while trying to sleep.Anyway, the result is our first stakeholder’s article.
In his article, “Agile Parenting: Progress Through Practice”, Geof Lory talks about the difference between knowing and doing, one of my favorite topics.One example he uses is the fact that “while the theory and mechanics of a sport can be studied and known, when it comes to performance, there is no substitute for practice. Ask any good athlete how much they practice and you will understand just how important it is.” Doesn’t that peak your interest to read the entire article?
Sandy Haydon is one of our guides and has contributed a personal article about her latest passion. I think you will enjoy her story.
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