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1_1_stakeholder_anal - Cross-Cutting Tool Stakeholder Analysis October 2005 Resources for Implementing the WWF Standards Contents What Is

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Contents What Is Stakeholder Analysis?. ........................................................................................... 1 Why Stakeholder Analysis Is Important . ............................................................................ 1 When to Use Stakeholder Analysis. .................................................................................... 1 How to Develop and Use Stakeholder Analysis. ................................................................ 2 1. Identifying the key stakeholders and their interests (positive or negative) in the project . ......... 2 2. Assessing the influence and importance of each stakeholder as well as the potential impact of the project upon each stakeholder . ................................................................................................ 4 3. Identifying how best to engage stakeholders . .......................................................................... 4 General Lessons. ........................................................................................................................... 5 References. ............................................................................................................................ 6 This document is intended as a resource to support the implementation of the WWF Standards of Conservation Project and Programme Management. Stakeholder analysis is an important component of many of the steps in these standards. This document may change over time; the most recent version can be accessed at: https://intranet.panda.org/documents/folder.cfm?uFolderID=60976 Written by: Bronwen Golder, WWF-US and Meg Gawler , ARTEMIS Services. Edited by : Foundations of Success Please address any comments to Sheila O’Connor ( [email protected] ).
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1 Stakeholder Analysis What Is Stakeholder Analysis? A “stakeholder” can be defined as: Any individual, group, or institution who has a vested interest in the natural resources of the project area and/or who potentially will be affected by project activities and have something to gain or lose if conditions change or stay the same. Stakeholders are all those who need to be considered in achieving project goals and whose participation and support are crucial to its success. Stakeholder analysis identifies all primary and secondary stakeholders who have a vested interest in the issues with which the project or policy is concerned. The goal of stakeholder analysis is to develop a strategic view of the human and institutional landscape, and the relationships between the different stakeholders and the issues they care about most. Why Stakeholder Analysis Is Important
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This note was uploaded on 09/05/2011 for the course ECO 103 taught by Professor Mary during the Spring '11 term at FH Joanneum.

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