Stakeholder Analysis


Definition: Stakeholder Analysis is an approach that is frequently used to identify and investigate the force field formed by any group or individual who can affect or is affected by the achievement of the objectives of an organization.
SA identifies the ways in which stakeholders may influence the organization or may be influenced by its activities, as well as their attitude towards the organization and its targets.
SA is part of stakeholder management and is normally following stakeholder identification.


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