Stakeholder Analysis Template
Identify the stakeholders for a project, including their level of influence, which issues are important to them, and how they will be engaged. This template can be used to identify and describe the stakeholders for a project and is appropriate to use when: identifying the stakeholders for a program or project; grouping stakeholders by their level of influence, what is important to them, and/or what they could contribute; and describing how you will engage stakeholders.
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This template can be used to identify and describe the stakeholders for a project and is appropriate to use when:
- Identifying the stakeholders for a program or project.
- Grouping stakeholders by their level of influence, what is important to them, and/or what they could contribute.
- Describing how you will engage stakeholders.
A note about your author
I’m Sam Cordes, Business Analyst. I’ve been employed professionally as a BA for well over 20 years in various industries, most of that time as a contractor. In addition to my own work, I have often provided mentoring and knowledge transfer to my colleagues to support them in their careers, and promote organisational capability. Following good practice and producing quality products is what inspires me, and I’m passionate about helping others achieve the best they can in their business analysis career.
I know you are going to get results, but if you are not entirely happy I’ll send back every penny you paid.
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