5 Project Roles

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  • 1. 5 Project Roles A network analysis approach A B C
  • 2. Original Source material from Graham Durant-Law’s Knowledge Matters blog www.durantlaw.info
  • 3.
    • Coordinator
    • An actor who brokers connections within the same group or sub-group. B is coordinating the actions of the sub-group and belongs to the same sub-group.
    A B C
  • 4.
    • Gatekeeper
    • An actor who transmits information and other resources to the network from sources usually, but not always, external to the network. B is in the same sub-group as C and acts as the gatekeeper for A.
    A B C
  • 5.
    • Consultant
    • An actor who intermittently takes the central lead by connecting others in the same group or sub-group, but who belongs to another group or sub-group.
    A B C
  • 6.
    • Representative
    • An actor who transmits information and other resources from one group to another usually, but not always, external to the network.
    A B C
  • 7.
    • Liaison
    • An actor who transmits information and other resources from one group to another group whilst themselves belonging to a different group. This can also apply to a sub-group.
    A B C
  • 8. Knowledge Matters www.durantlaw.info
  • 9. Better Projects www.betterprojects.net