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Part III: You Have Executive Support. Now What?

blog-post-5-exe_51681314 Use executive support effectively for the good of your organization
Act like it is going to happen In Part I, I mentioned making executive support public.For any complex project, it is important to develop a constituency – a group of stakeholders who will benefit or play a role in the initiative's success.The broader your initiative's constituency, the better its chances for success.Part of building a broad constit...
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Part II: Maintaining Executive Support for Your Initiative

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 Hold regular meetings Once you have the attention of your executive, it is important that you keep that attention.Set a meeting schedule and stick to it. This helps set a battle rhythm for your project to keep things moving. For a major project I managed, I set meetings every other month. As the project neared its delivery date, I moved to a ...
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Part I: Obtaining Executive Support for Your Initiative

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Obtaining leadership buy-in is essential to move forward any major project or initiative forward.Whether obtaining needed resources or changing workplace culture, leadership support is critical when venturing into new territory or making significant changes.But how do you get that support? Align with organization priorities (what does the executive...
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