STAKEHOLDER ANALYSIS

Opportunities & Threats/ Constraints Or What Can Be Done (or not done!)

17-03-2012

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groups.   17-03-2012 2 .Who is a Stakeholder?  Stakeholder – Who?  Stakeholders are external people. or institutions who (which) are likely to be affected by the outcome of organisational mission & programmatic activities This affectation could be positive or negative and could also occur during the course of Mission accomplishment It also includes those who could influence the Mission accomplishment/ programme implementation process. either positively or negatively.

Regulator(s) Resource providers – public / private foundations/ institutions 17-03-2012 3 . Stakeholders (individuals..Listing Stakeholders Sl.Step1 .. institutions) Specific Community of interest Public agencies – Government/ dept. (relevant level). 3. n. groups. 2. 1. .

2. Stakeholders Stake related Expectations (pertaining to Development Action) 1. 17-03-2012 4 . … n.Step 2 – Identifying Stakeholder Interests/ Expectations Sl.

Step 3 – Clarifying NGO’s programmatic offer Sl. …n. 2. Stakeholders SH Expectation Programme Offer 17-03-2012 5 . 1.

Step 4 .Influence-Importance Mapping of Stakeholders & Developing SH Relationship Guidelines 17-03-2012 6 .

2. 17-03-2012 7 . Stakehold ers SH Expectation Agency Offer Convergence / Matching (+/-) 1.Step 5 – Checking Convergence/ Matching (extent of) Sl. … n.

++ Opportunities 17-03-2012 8 . Stakehol SH NGO’s ders Expecta offer tion Match Sources of ing Opportunities/ Constraints + Opportunities 1.Step 6 – Sources of Opportunities & Constraints (Threats) Sl. 2. __ Threats/ Constraints … n.

Step 7 .Specific opportunities/ threats  Extending the thinking on the ‘source of opportunity’ – to identify the specific opportunity  Similarly from the ‘source of threat/ constraint’ to specific threat / constraint 17-03-2012 9 .

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