Dancing Tango with Project Stakeholders

Dancing Tango with Stakeholders

The ability to deal with project stakeholders is one of the greatest assets any project manager can ever have.

Project management practitioners seek inspiration from many different places, but not many look to the world of professional dancing to improve their leadership effectiveness to manage project stakeholders.

When two dancers perform the Argentine Tango, it is a very intense and passionate event. They are completely focused on each other, fusing their movements into a complex unity that tells a powerful story. One of the dancers takes the lead, with the other following closely.

To dance the Argentine Tango well, five characteristics are essential: trust, agility, naturalness, guidance and ownership. This webinar will explain how to apply those characteristics being more efficient when managing project stakeholders.


Alfonso Bucero, is PMP (Project Management Professional), Founder and Partner of BUCERO PM Consulting. He was a Senior Project Manager for Hewlett-Packard Spain in Madrid for more than thirteen years.

He joined PMI as a member in 1993 and he is also a member of AEPM, ALI, and AEIPRO. He was the founder and former president for PMI Barcelona Chapter and International PM Assessor for GPMA. Alfonso has a Computer Science Engineering degree by the Polithecniocal University (Madrid), he has 28 years of experience.

He has managed projects in Spain, Italy, Portugal and US. He is a frequent speaker at local and international Conferences and Congresses since 1994. Alfonso has delivered PM consulting and training services in Spain, UK, Ireland, Belgium, Italy, Germany, Hungary, Czequia, France, Greece, Russia, Denmark, Holland, Poland, Rumania, USA, Mexico and Singapur.

Alfonso is co-author of the book “Project Sponsorship – Achieving Management Commitment for project success”, that was published by Jossey-Bass editors on May 2006. Since 2004 publishes periodically a column in the PM Network magazine, published by the “Project Management Institute”.

Date & time

> December 11th | 19:00 – 20:00 


> 1 PDU 


> Free. Registration is mandatory