Stakeholder Engagement Plan
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  1. Purpose
    Stakeholder Management includes the processes required to identify the people, groups and organisations that could affect or be affected by the project, to analyse stakeholder expectations and their impact on the project, and to develop appropriate strategies and tactics for effectively engaging stakeholders in a manner appropriate to the stakeholders’ interest and involvement in the project. The Stakeholder Management Plan helps ensure that stakeholders are effectively involved in project decisions and execution (PMBOK 5th Edition) throughout the lifecycle of the project, to gain support for the project and anticipate resistance, conflict, or competing objectives among the project’s stakeholders. The Stakeholder Management Plan includes several sections:
    • Identify Stakeholders – identify by name and title the people, groups, and organisations that have a significant influence on project direction and its success or who are significantly impacted by the project.
    • Plan Stakeholder Management – identify the strategies and mechanisms that will be used to achieve the greatest support of stakeholders and minimise resistance.
    • Manage Stakeholder Engagement – outlines the processes and steps that will be undertaken to carry out the planned strategies.
    • Control Stakeholder Engagement – describes the methods that will be used to monitor stakeholder engagement and alert the project team if problems are surfacing.
  2. Identify and Analyse Stakeholders
    In order to develop an effective plan for managing stakeholders, they first need to be clearly identified and assessed. Stakeholders will be identified by performing a stakeholder analysis in which potential stakeholders and relevant information (interests, involvement, interdependencies, influence, and potential impact on project success) are gathered, documented and analysed. (PMBOK 5th Edition).

    To assist with stakeholder identification and analysis ensure that this plan captures the following information
     Group Name
     Number of Stakeholders in the Group
     Description of the Group
     Level of Impact on the Project
     Level the Group is Impacted by Project
     Current Change Readiness State
     Desired Change Readiness State
     Issues, Opportunities and Risks associated with each group
     Strategies and Actions to address issues, risks and opportunities
    • Identify and implement actions to address differing interests where required
    • Identify and clarify stakeholder behavioural expectations,
    Please note: Impact is measured by High (H), Medium (M) or Low (L). State of change readiness is assessed using the measures from PMBOK as follows:
    U – Unaware – this group has no information about the project
    R – Resistant – aware of project and resistant to the changes and impacts the project may bring
    N – Neutral – aware of the project and neither supportive nor resistant
    S – Supportive – aware of the project and the potential changes and impacts and is supportive
    L – Leading – aware of the project and actively engaged to ensure the project’s success

Type of service: Academic paper writing
Type of assignment: Essay
Subject: Management
Pages /words: 6/1650
Number of sources: 0
Academic level: High school
Paper format: MLA
Line spacing: Double
Language style: AU English

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