You have just graduated from GCU with your MPA and landed a job as an assistant to the City of Phoenix manger. The City of Phoenix and GCU are collaborating to enact a quarter cent sales tax in order to extend the light rail down Camelback, making a stop at the main entrance of the campus. Using the readings from this topic, do the following in 500‐750 words.
- Describe the various stakeholders involved in this project with whom you may need to build trust.
- Describe all the factors you should consider when taking on this goal.
- Explain how you can use your knowledge of these factors to build trust with the various parties involved.
- Recommend best practices to build trust with all stakeholders involved.
Use two to three scholarly resources to support your explanations.
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Explanation & Answer
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Running Head: BUILDING TRUST
BUIDING TRUST OF PROJECT STAKEHOLDERS
Following the collaboration of the city of phoenix and Grand Canyon University (GCU)
to come together and organize for the extension of light trail up to the main entrance of the
university, a number of stakeholders will be involved to successfully implement this deal.
Among the most important stakeholders in this deal would be the GCU vice chancellor, GCU
head of security, municipality of phoenix, solar generating power firm and city of phoenix staff
members. Interactions with GCU vice chancellor and their security head will ensure that the
lighting is done in a way that provides top convenience to them, the municipality of phoenix will
be involved on issues regarding taxes to be paid for setting up the lighting system...