Emily is managing the construction of a new office facility for her company. The project is half way through the execution. The project sponsor has asked Emily to ensure that all they key project stakeholders are still committed to the project. How can Emily assess the stakeholders’ current engagement levels?
A. By analyzing the most recent issue register B. By reviewing the Stakeholders Engagement Assessment Matrix last updated during the planning phase of the project C. By requesting the key stakeholders to submit a signed declaration of commitment D. By communicating and interacting with the key stakeholders
D. By communicating and interacting with the key stakeholders
Alex is managing a hotel refurbishment project. He has identified his project’s key stakeholders. Alex now wants to expand this list of stakeholders and convert it to a comprehensive list of project stakeholders. What should Alex do?
A. Do not spend more time on identifying the non-key stakeholders B. Seek expert judgment from the identified key stakeholders C. Request the project sponsor to provide the details of the remaining stakeholders D. Carry out a stakeholder analysis with the identified key stakeholders
B. Seek expert judgment from the identified key stakeholders
A project manager is giving a project update to the key stakeholders. During the meeting, he finds out that most of the stakeholders are busy checking and replying to their emails. Which of the following is the best action that could have eliminated this issue?
A. A meeting ground rule on active listening B. Providing snacks to the stakeholders during the meeting C. Including the company’s code of conduct in the presentation handouts D. Asking sudden unexpected questions outside the scope of the project