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How reports can make or break a programme

The reporting process is part and parcel of the programme management process. However, not all reporting is good reporting. Over-reporting can be as damaging to progress as under-reporting. It is vital to ensure that the reporting process is streamlined enough to deliver the right information to the right people at the right time, without creating unnecessary work…

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How to create social proof for your project.

Social Proof (also known as social influence) is a mental shortcut people use to judge what is the right course of action by determining what others think is correct. People will allow their decision making to be influenced by the behaviour of others, on the basis that they assume this is the right decision. Social…

Engaging Stakeholders: Principles of Stakeholder Management
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Engaging Stakeholders: Principles of Stakeholder Management

As a project manager, the standard of your stakeholder management strategy will undoubtedly play a huge role in how your project plays out. Whether you are working on a multi-faceted programme with a board of stakeholders and sponsors, or a smaller project with only a handful, a strategy for engaging your stakeholders should be laid…

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Working with Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire STP

Verto Case Study: working with Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire Sustainability and Transformation Plan Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire (BNSSG) Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP) is one of 44 STPs across England working to improve health and care in their local area. The BNSSG Sustainability and Transformation Plan is focused on three priorities:…

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