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Suburban Homes Construction Project Case studySuburban Homes Construction Project Case Study – Assignment 6Sukanya SivasubramanianStudent ID: 225688PMGT 510-94-O-2018/Late SummerHarrisburg University of Science and Technology, PAStakeholder identification and prioritization matrix (Exhibit 6-2)Stakeholder identification is vital for this Suburban Homes construction project as they areplanning to expand to the southern states. Conducting stakeholder analysis ought to be the firststep to find the necessary stakeholders. While the stakeholders can be project manager orfunctional head, we need to consider political, technical and social factors in to account. Theinitial step for stakeholder analysis would be to prioritize the stakeholders. In this project I willprioritize the stakeholders via the below levels,PowerLegitimacy ImpactUrgencyInterestThe above aspects have been identified to start a construction in Florida. The below prioritizationmatrix had been formulated to support the stakeholder identificationStakeholders/Levels CriteriaSH Functional LeadSH Divisional LeadHome BuyersLaw EnforcementState-RegulatorsLocal Residents and Community ownersLabor VendorRaw-Materials VendorPower32123122Legitimacy 21311333Impact33132111Urgency11333133Interest21311322Total11811101091111SecondarykeyKeyKeyOtherOtherKey Key Note: SH* Suburban HomesStakeholder Matrix (Exhibit 6-4)Stakeholder registry is important in maintaining the repository of all project stakeholders. Thisregister can be formulated in a matrix where each stakeholder are identified and interests of eachstakeholder is written along with their corresponding priority ([email protected] 6th Edition)This is also considered as WIIFT analysis which stands for 'what's in it for them'. In thissuburban homes project to start building houses in Florida, I have considered the belowstakeholders and will prepare a registry matrix with these entries,Suburban Homes Functional Lead
Suburban Homes Construction Project Case studySuburban Homes Divisional LeadHome BuyersLaw EnforcementState-RegulatorsLocal Residents and Community ownersLabor VendorRaw-Materials Vendor