Free webinar: Stakeholder Engagement

Join the free webinar with David Ellis from Coventry University.

Complex projects involve a wide range of internal and external stakeholders, each of whom has their own objectives, motivations and expectations.

There is an increasing recognition that project success lies not only in the achievement of time, cost and quality targets but also in the satisfaction of those who will use the project’s deliverables and outputs (the end-users) and the achievement of the project’s intended outcomes.

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This webinar will explore the role of Stakeholder Engagement in improving project success, through understanding key stakeholder needs and developing mutually beneficial relationships.

Profile: David Ellis, Coventry University

David is a Senior Lecturer in Project Management within the School of Strategy and Leadership at Coventry University and Joint Course Director for the BA Business Management programme.

David’s 20+ years’ professional experience in project management spans both private and not-for-profit sectors, including telecommunications, ICT, sustainable energy, rural development and agriculture. Prior to becoming a full-time academic, David co-ordinated the UK contribution to two European collaborative projects funded by the European Commission under their Intelligent Energy Europe programme. 

David’s teaching experience stems from delivering TQM training in the 1990s, designing and delivering courses in Project Management for business professionals through the University’s Centre for Lifelong Learning and developing and facilitating workshops on strategic planning for the charity sector.  He currently teaches project management at undergraduate and post-graduate level within the Coventry Business School.

David is a PRINCE2 Practitioner, a Member of the Association for Project Management and a Senior Fellow of the UK’s Higher Education Academy.

How to join

You participate online via your computer, tablet or smartphone. It's a good idea with headphones so you have good sound. You do not need webcam.

You will receive the link to the webinar by e-mail.