Thursday, March 23, 2006

How to identify Stakeholders

The typical citations in this blog come from people and organisations who use the term 'stakeholder'.

One assumes (with a tinge of doubt) that they have audited their stakeholder groups and have a prioretised analysis to hand. This means they will have a stakeholder mapping model.

To be effective organisations need good statistics to hand to help them in thier stakeholder relationships.

Some of the these statistics are valuable for priorety setting and others for budgeting and others are valuable for management analysis and to identify effectiveness of stakeholder plans.

The examples shown here are, we believe, representative of good practice (click on the images for a detailed view)

Stakeholder maps are uesful both for the development of stakeholder prioretisation and as a quick way to show the range and significance of stakeholder groups.


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