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I am running a project but it seems that every time I am about to implement them I get criticism from people who say they haven’t been involved, what can I do?

Anonymous

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"You should try to identify if this is a communication issue or individuals who are trying to block the change. First check your communication plans are robust. Re-visit your stakeholder analysis and engagement plan, maybe try a RACI to ensure all perspectives are covered. There is also a useful tool called 9cs. If your communications are robust then consider blockers; take a step back and take an objective look at the challenges, are they valid? If not you need to decide how to manage the situation and get them on board."

Debbie SImpson
ICiPS Expert

07 Aug 2017