STAKEHOLDER ANALYSIS 1)4)
A technique, decribed by M.C. JACKSON, that "asks each group to identify the key individuals or groups on whom the success of failure of their preferred strategy would depend. This involves asking questions such as : Who is affected by the strategy? Who has an interest in it? Who can affect its adoption, execution or implementation? And who cares about it?. For the stakeholders identified, each group then lists what assumptions it is making about each of them in believing that its preferred strategy will succeed. Each group should list all the assumptions derived from asking this question of all the stakeholders. These are the assumptions upon which the success of the group preferred strategy or solution depends".
A second technique is "assumption rating": "For each other listed assumptions, each group asks itself:
- How important is the assumption in terms of its influence on the success or failure of the strategy.
- How certain are we that the assumption is justified" (1992, p.143).
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