Topic: "Engaging Stakeholders through Storytelling"
Engaging stakeholders and reporting, formally and informally, are part of every project manager’s job. Some love it, while others feel clouds darken every time we have to give a project update presentation or send the dreaded status report. Regardless of whether your love it or dread it, we have to do it. This presentation will show a few techniques for how we can use the art of storytelling to engage stakeholders and frame reporting in a fresh way.
Joseph is Vice Chancellor of Educational Innovation at Northeastern University working to advance employer and organizationalpartnerships that serve the University community and learners. Previously, he served as the Associate Vice President of Business Development and Acting Vice Chancellor of Regional Campuses within the Office of the Chancellor. He also, previously, held an appointmentas an Associate Teaching Professor with the Project Management faculty within Northeastern University's College of Professional Studies, where he also previously served both as Associate Dean of Partnership & Engagement and as Faculty Director for graduateprograms in Analytics, Informatics, and Project Management. Prior to joining Northeastern, Joseph worked in a variety of roles within the construction, land development, and real estate industry as a project and program manager