Our stakeholder workshops are designed as targeted, interactive, and engaging activities that can rapidly align a diverse group or multi-level stakeholders. Using these in a better way helps you in decision making to churn out key outcomes.
We will help you identify difficulties, challenges, and opportunities, from where we can suggest you the areas which can be improved. Through this, we will build a deeper mutual understanding of the key issues regarding the success of your project. The workshop can be held with smaller semi-aligned teams or larger groups that include stakeholders from across or outside of the organization.
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We maintain a flexible structure of our workshops and each one is customized to suit the client’s project’s needs and requirements. Some of the key topics of our Stakeholder Workshop covers include:
These workshops are a great starting point for redesigning and improving the UX of existing web sites. It focuses on finding business objectives and then matches the user research with the most common user tasks. It uses insights to create an actionable, mobile-ready redesign plan.
These workshops enable several departments or personnel from the organizations to collaborate together, generate ideas, and create stakeholder alignment before setting off on the project.
Task analysis clarifies what users need to accomplish whenever they are visiting the site. This is one of the most important processes prior to design and redesign initiatives so that workflows can be supported in a frictionless manner. Task analysis insights are gained by observing users and their behaviors and deliverables from this process, which include a hierarchy of tasks from a high level to more detailed breakouts of sub-task.
Customer Journey Maps illustrate all the crucial points of a customer’s experience with your organization and products. These resulting insights enable the scope of organizational, workflow, and technical improvements. Journey maps are similar to flow diagrams and focus on the series of events that make up the total of a customer’s experience. They also help teams to communicate broadly across a company about planned customer experience improvements.
At iWebServices, we put up with optimized code, interactive applications, and result-driven development approach for Stakeholder Workshops Services.
What a great experience. The work required was completed in a timely and effective fashion. Communication was clear and constant and any questions were answered promptly. I highly recommend iWebServices to anyone.
I’ve worked with iWebServices on a number of projects and wouldn’t take my business anywhere else. They’re efficient, effective and innovative on how they approach things. The culture of the team is customer first and they get things done. I started with a website and graduated to an app. The depth of their talent is unquestionably the best in the business.
Highly recommended team to work with.
In a few words very professional and accurate. I would recommend people to work with them. Very satisfied with their jobs.
From start to finish the engagement with the team was professional, cooperative and supportive. The project manager quickly got in touch, set up access to a project management tool for myself and the team and connected on Skype. Checking in each day via Skype and responding to queries I was able to monitor the progress of the steps being worked on and give feedback, that was responded to in every case.
The team delivered good work and provided useful suggestions throughout the project. Communication was great. They took the project seriously by using project management tool. They were also being flexible with my schedule and took time to hop on Skype at times that were convenient for me. Besides, they brought up any concerns they had that came up while developing the site and we discussed about it to move the project forward. I would recommend iWebServices to others and I plan on working with them again in the future
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