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These are examples of internal and external stakeholders for an organization.

These are examples of stakeholders for a particular project.

The first step in stakeholder analysis is to identify the stakeholders of the project or change effort and group them into logical categories (e.g. external stakeholders, process team, etc.).

This is an example of a table that is used to summarize the roles and characteristics of stakeholders in order to analyze their level of involvement.

This is an example of an involvement planning worksheet which will help to assess where stakeholders are now and where they need to be in terms of project involvement.

This is an example of a communication action worksheet which is used to plan how to communicate with project stakeholders.

There are four groups of stakeholders according to the power-interest matrix, which are: key players, context setters, defenders and crowd.

Stakeholder analysis needs to be carried out on a regular basis throughout the project since stakeholders move around the matrix periodically.

This is an example of a table that is used to summarize the roles and characteristics of stakeholders in order to analyze their level of involvement.

This power-interest matrix example illustrates the two main characteristics of stakeholders (power and interest) which will help to analyze stakeholders.

This power-interest matrix example illustrates three characteristics of stakeholders: power, interest, and support.

This power-interest matrix example illustrates four characteristics of stakeholders: power, interest, awareness, and support.

These questions can be helpful to develop the evaluation criteria before conducting the prioritization exercise.

You may select one of the four prioritization matrix template formats for your prioritization analysis.

In this example, each team member has distributed 100 points between the selected criteria to weight them before conducting the prioritization exercise.