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Stakeholder analyis

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  4. 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. 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. 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. 9. Stake Holders Wheel www.qbi.in
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  11. 11. Power : High, Medium, LowSupport: Positive, Neutral, NegativeInfluence: High or LowNeed: Strong, Medium, Weak www.qbi.in
  12. 12. Source Business Analysis: Paul, Yeates, Cadle www.qbi.in
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  18. 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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