Reach consensus on stakeholder goals with In/Tension models
You’ve heard the wise saying about going far and going fast? Of course it would be better if the grand group of stakeholders for our projects were meaningfully involved and actively engaged in setting up the project for success. But that’s like herding cats, right? And possibly the most expensive meeting of the year. Even if you were able to get the whole group of “deciders” in a room for 3 hours: then what?
Join Dan Klyn for a half-day workshop that equips practitioners with everything you need to attain durable stakeholder agreement as the outcome of such a session.
Take this workshop if you want to:
- Learn the research and facilitation techniques for running a stakeholder alignment session with groups from 4 to 40 (or more) stakeholders
- Learn the tools for building an In/Tension model during the session
- Use the model “live” with the session participants.
About the instructor
Dan Klyn is an information architect and co-founder of The Understanding Group (TUG). He’s interested in planning, strategy and architecture for places made of information, and teaches information architecture at the University of Michigan’s School of Information. Dan’s research is focused on applying the teachings of Richard Saul Wurman and Christopher Alexander in digital practice. In April 2018, he completed a 2-year term as President of the of the Information Architecture Institute.
We customize training to your needs
Want to bring this workshop in-house? We tailor our training in many ways—including group size, time constraints, budget, desired outcomes, team skill level, learning styles, and product stage. Send us a note—we’d love to come up with something that works for your group.