Join us on Thursday, June 3 at 8am (SG/HK time) as Annie MacLeod of the Project Management GameBoard shares the Stakeholder Alignment aspect of their Project Scoping template which you can find in the MiroVerse: https://miro.com/miroverse/project-scope/
This event will focus on just one key part of getting your project off to a great start - understanding what key stakeholders project priorities are. This is just the beginning of taking your high level project goals - or often the problem statement - and starting to break them down into project scope through the power of a collaborative team!
This is one element of the Project Management GameBoard - a system built in Miro for ANYONE tasked with delivering a project to ensure they deliver to expectations, use the power of collaboration and build a project team culture of freedom and psychological safety.
CoFounder PM GameBoard
I have over 30 years of experience working in project management. Currently, I work as a Project Management Coach and Mentor, improving project performance and PM confidence for clients by using the Project Management GameBoard.I am also the founder of Business Improvement Consulting Services (BICS Inc.) where I built a successful remote PM consulting practice across numerous industries and in su…
People Development Advisor
Let's talk in the third person, shall we? Born on a Hawaiian volcano, Joshua has spent the last 20 years chasing curiosity and working internationally, with the last 15 based in Asia.
He heads up Knowmium, serving as lead Conversation Architect, and training both non-profits and Fortune 100s worldwide in persuasive communications. With Knowmium, he studies the "how" of deeper talk— unpacking fossilized speech patterns and crafting new habits that build trust and collaboratively solve problems.
Joshua is the author of Radically Remote (a guide to engaging virtual facilitating) and a member of the Forbes Coaches Council. In his spare time, he enjoys running (slowly) on Hong Kong’s trails, photography (less slowly), and reading more books than all the time left in the universe will allow.