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Jesse Jacoby

Connecting with coworkers, clients and customers has never been easier. Gone are the days when we had to drive across town to chat with someone in a different office. When we run into a challenge or have a question regarding our work, we have a plethora of communication tools at our fingertips: email, text, instant messaging, and the list goes on.
Yet, how many times have you received an email response or stared at a text …

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How to Conduct High-Impact Focus Groups

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Our last article discussed how to conduct effective stakeholder interviews for the purpose of developing your organizational change strategy. This week we address a second important method of gathering qualitative data from stakeholders: focus groups.
Focus groups are an interactive way to get cross-functional perspectives on a single issue and can …

Five Steps for Conducting Effective Stakeholder Interviews

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5 Steps for Conducting Effective Stakeholder Interviews

Interviewing stakeholders, along with focus groups and surveys, is one of the primary methods of gathering qualitative data. Insights gleaned from stakeholder interviews provide the basis for stakeholder analysis and prioritization and serve as a critical step in formulating an effective organizational change strategy. Stakeholder interviews done well yield many …

How to Prioritize Stakeholders to Ensure a Successful Change Program

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Stakeholder prioritization is one of the fundamental building blocks to a successful organizational change strategy. Too often, though, project teams get the stakeholder prioritization step wrong. Two of the most common stakeholder prioritization pitfalls are

Prioritizing stakeholders based on the wrong assessment criteria
Prioritizing stakeholders based upon input from too few people

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