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Project Management for Flat Organizations by Laura Burford

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CHAPTER 5

IDENTIFY THE STAKEHOLDERS

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Covered in this chapter:

Identifying stakeholders

Determining stakeholder roles and expectations

Understanding each stakeholder’s power and interest

Creating a stakeholder list

Engaging the people or the groups who have a vested interest throughout the life of a project is key to, although not a guarantee of, a project’s success. These people or groups are the stakeholders, each with their own expectations and reasons why a particular project is important to them. By involving them early in the project’s life cycle, ideas are expressed, knowledge is shared, project expectations are confirmed, requirements ...

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