Stakeholder Identification

   

Definition: Stakeholder Identification is the process of finding all the individuals, groups and organizations who can affect or are affected by the achievement of the objectives of an organization. All these parties are forming a force field surrounding an organization.
SI is part of stakeholder management and forms the basis for stakeholder analysis (or might be seens as the first step of it).
Typical stakeholders are: owners and stockholders, investors, banks and creditors, employees, partners, suppliers, buyers, customers, prospects, management, government, etc.


   

   

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