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Mr. Santosh Karkhanis, the author of this site is consulting worldwide since 1994. He is specialized in 'Process of On-going Improvement' using 'Constraint Management' techniques developed by Mr. Goldratt & Mr.Dettmer. In this section, he is giving tips on various aspects of Management.

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The Power / Interest Matrix

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The Power / Interest Matrix

• Classifies stakeholders in relation to their power and the extent to which they are likely to show interest in the actions of the organisation.
• Can be used to indicate the nature of the relationship which should be adopted with each group

Stakeholders in group A: Need only minimum effort an monitoring
Stakeholders in group B: Should be kept informed as they may be able to influence more powerful stakeholders
Stakeholders in group C: Are powerful, but level of interest is low. Generally expected to be passive, but may move into group D on an issue of particular interest
Stakeholders in group D: Are both powerful and interested. Their co-operation is of key importance for new strategies

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Supply Chain Improvement - Role of Human Intellegence
One day training By Mr. Santosh Karkhanis
The Business Transformation Guru 

Date: Friday 19th February 2015  9:30am - 5:00 pm
Venue: CII Naoroji Godrej Centre of Manufacturing Excellence,
           Godrej Station-side Colony, 
           Opposite Railway Station,
           Vikhroli (East), 
           Mumbai - 400 079 India

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