From academic perspective, the project was peer-reviewed by some of the leading technology institutes within the European scientific community and was featured in academic journals across Bulgaria, Latvia, and the Czech Republic.
2017 will be the year of The Internet of People (IoP), what I also like to call – the Sharing Economy 2.0. My personal experience over 2016 gave me a lot of reasons to believe that would be the case, and I would like to share just a couple of them.
The article is about emphasizing the great importance professional stakeholder analysis and stakeholder management have in corporate environment where agile methodology is deployed as an alternative for traditional project management. The Agile approaches, typically used in software development, primary help businesses respond efficiently to unpredictability, the same with stakeholder management itself.
In that regard, I have to mention that there were representatives, participating in the forum, from a broader circle of stakeholders – academia, young entrepreneurs from the University Business Club (also partnering to the event), representatives of foreign investors, current political and economic advisors of the cabinet members. It’s good to remind the audience of the arguments discussed back then, as the topic is once more on the governmental agenda. Especially now, when we know, and have seen, what might happen when you divert from the common sence arguments and the pillars of stability, discussed earlier.
The main point – there is no one-size-fits-all-solution to the problem, demanding for shared stakeholders’ responsibility, efforts and innovative approach. Those were the topics we touched, in our talk with Stoycho Kerev on “Points of View” TV Programme, were I was invited as a public policy expert at Brain Workshop Institute, to speak on the most recent developments in the area.