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Stakeholder analyis
Stakeholder analyis
Stakeholder analyis
Stakeholder analyis
Stakeholder analyis
Stakeholder analyis
Stakeholder analyis
Stakeholder analyis
Stakeholder analyis
Stakeholder analyis
Stakeholder analyis
Stakeholder analyis
Stakeholder analyis
Stakeholder analyis
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  • 1. www.qbi.in
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  • 4. StakeThe degree to which you are involved in something and want it to succeed have astake in (doing) something: He has a huge stake in making the peace process work.StakeholderA person, group or organization who has direct or indirect stake in outcome of the project orproposed solution www.qbi.in
  • 5. The project has to meet the needs of its stake holders in order tosucceedEarly Identification of Stakeholders and their representatives isnecessary www.qbi.in
  • 6. “Stakeholders are your partners who control the purse stringsand certify successful project completion” Vijay S Shukla, Director QBI Institute“ For project success good relationship and rapport with yourstake holders is necessary but not a sufficient condition” Vijay S Shukla, Director QBI Institute www.qbi.in
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  • 9. Stake Holders Wheel www.qbi.in
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  • 11. Power : High, Medium, LowSupport: Positive, Neutral, NegativeInfluence: High or LowNeed: Strong, Medium, Weak www.qbi.in
  • 12. Source Business Analysis: Paul, Yeates, Cadle www.qbi.in
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  • 18. – Identify them Early, Engage Continuously– Get Introduced, Meet & Communicate Frequently– Build Rapport, Make your life easy– Understand & deliver their key requirements– Lead your project to success www.qbi.in

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