What to do when Stakeholders matter. Stakeholder Identification and Analysis Techniques. John M Bryson
According to Bryson, stakeholder analysis involves:
(B) Expanding the breadth of an organization’s programs.
(E) All of the above
(A) Identifying important constituent groups.
(D) Both A) and B)
Bryson talks about five stakeholder identification and analysis techniques that are particularly relevant to helping organize participation. Which one offers a offers a quick and useful way of: identifying stakeholders and their interests, clarifying stakeholders’ views of a focal organization, identifying some key strategic issues, and beginning the process of identifying coalitions of support and opposition?
a. None of the above
b. A process for choosing stakeholder analysis participants
c. The basic stakeholder analysis technique
d. Stakeholder influence diagram