Stakeholder Analysis Guidelines
What Are the Steps in Stakeholder Analysis?
There are eight major steps in the process:
1. Planning the process
2. Selecting and defining a policy
3. Identifying key stakeholders
4. Adapting the tools
5. Collecting and recording the information
6. Filling in the stakeholder table
7. Analyzing the stakeholder table
8. Using the information
What Can Be Achieved with Stakeholder Analysis?
Stakeholder analysis yields useful and accurate information about those persons and organiza-
tions that have an interest in health reform. This information can be used to provide input for
other analyses; to develop action plans to increase support for a reform policy; and to guide a
participatory, consensus-building process.
To increase support or build consensus for reform, policymakers and managers must take
additional steps following the stakeholder a nalysis. In the next phases of the policy process—
constituency-building, resource mobilization, and implementation—policymakers and man-
agers should use the information generated by the stakeholder analysis to develop and imple-
ment strategic communication, advocacy, and negotiation plans. The other sections of this
toolkit can be used to guide the development and implementation of such plans (see, for exam-
ple, Section 3: Advocacy Guidelines, and Section 4: Conflict Negotiation Guidelines).
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