Stakeholder Analysis can be completed quickly or it may take quite a bit of time, depending on how many stakeholders are associated with the problem and how complex their interests are. The simplest way to start this is to brainstorm a list of stakeholders, combine them into groups, examine the interests of each stakeholder, assess how powerfully they can influence the outcome, and describe how the problem affects them.
As this is being done, you are likely to hear comments noting actions that need to be taken as part of implementation—comments such as, “We need to be sure that we file for this permit by a certain date, otherwise we’...
A key aspect of decision analysis involves framing the problem. A stakeholder analysis—examining how every stakeholder associated with the situation would be affected by a decision—is part of this framing. Discover how to approach a stakeholder analysis.
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