Stakeholder Analysis toolkit

S t a k e h o l d e r A n a l y s i s
a n d M a n a g e m e n t
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Once you have identified your stakeholders, the table below, which is an example of a simple
stakeholder analysis, can be used as a template.
Stakeholder
Stake in
the project
Impact What do we need
from them?
Perceived
attitudes / risks
Stakeholder
Management
Strategy
Responsibility
Registrar Policy and process
owner who
determines
institutional
administrative
policy and
procedures
High Experienced staff
to be involved in
user group and
user acceptance
testing.
Commitment to
implementing
change.
Lack of clarity
about preferred
approach.
Views project
team as too
technically
oriented.
Involvement in
Project Steering
Board, Regular
updating
meeting with
project leader.
Project
Manager
Faculty
Managers
Manages School
admin staff who
will operate the
new system at
local level and
academic staff who
will indirectly input
and directly extract
data
Medium
Commitment to
implementing
change.
Lack of interest
in project.
Involvement in
briefing sessions
at quarterly
School meetings.
Registrar and
Project
Sponsor
Admin Staff
Will operate new
system
High Contribute to
system and
process design
and testing.
Concern about
increased
workload.
Worried about
what training
they will receive.
Involvement in
user groups.
Project Team
Having identified stakeholders and the management strategy for them, you should ensure your
project plan includes those management activities.
Having carried out the initial analysis, this should be revisited regularly throughout the project both
as a reminder that stakeholder positions can change, so the management strategy may have to alter,
and that new stakeholders may be identified as the project progresses.
4. Stakeholder Analysis for Medium and Major projects
For Medium and Major projects it is vital to carry out a more detailed stakeholder analysis, not least
because the success or failure of the project can depend on ensuring key stakeholders are kept
informed and “on side”.
A four-step process is ideal, but at least you should carry out the first two steps below.
Identify the stakeholders
Create a Stakeholder Map
Identify Stakeholder Allegiance
Create a Stakeholder Management Strategy
4.1 Identify the stakeholders
The same approach as noted above (3), using PESTLE can be used here. Similarly, a table – such as
the one below – can be used to list them out and identify key aspects.
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