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Political Influence Map
Bill McDonald, Director, United States, Member
When preparing for corporate change and adoption programs, you can use a political influence map. This significant input into implementation plans, reduces the risk of cultural rejection of the change program. Another use of the method is in the process of seeking approval for capital and significant improvement programs. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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  Political Influence Map
Mike Allen, Strategy Consultant, United Kingdom, Member
  Hi Bill, which mapping approach do you use? I use a grid system comparing power and interest.
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