Stakeholder Mapping

   

Definition: Stakeholder Mapping is a process and visual tool used in strategy and in particular in stakeholder analysis to clarify and categorize the various stakeholders by drawing further pictures of what the stakeholder groups are, which interests they represent, the amount of power they possess, whether they represent inhibiting or supporting factors for the organization to realize its objectives, or methods in which they should be dealt with.
SM is part of stakeholder management.


   

   

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