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1, 000 words with REFERENCES AND APA FORMAT( DOES NOT HAVE TO BE DOUBLE SPACED)
This task relates to previous work you did.

 

You identified your stakeholders. You considered and explained how your project might be perceived by your stakeholders as impacting them positively or negatively.  You also considered and explained how your stakeholders might positively or negatively influence the outcome of your project. 

 

Now you need to further your stakeholder analysis in a manner that will support developing a strategy for managing your stakeholders’ engagement. To help you develop your strategy, you have at your disposal four tools described in PMBOK Chapter 13, Section 13.1.2.1,

 

After you have completed your stakeholder analysis using these four PMBOK tools, you use the information you have discovered and documented to develop your stakeholder management strategy as described in PMBOK Chapter 13, Section 13.2, “Plan Stakeholder Management.” 

 

 

      1. Complete your Stakeholder Register and Stakeholder Analysis
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    1. Stakeholder Regiser
    2. Stakeholder Analysis as follows:
  1. Group your stakeholders based on their level of authority (power) and their level of concern (interest) regarding the outcome of your project in a Power/Interest Grid.
  2. Group your stakeholders based on their level of authority (power) and active involvement (influence) regarding your project in a Power/Influence Grid.
  3. Group your stakeholders based on their active involvement (influence) and their ability to effect changes to the project’s planning or execution (impact) in an Influence/Impact Grid.
  4. Use the Salience model to describe the classes of stakeholders based on their power (ability to impose their will), urgency (need for immediate attention), and legitimacy (how appropriate their involvement is)
  5. Utilize the results of your stakeholder analysis to construct your Stakeholders Engagement Assessment Matrix as described in PMBOK Chapter 13: Section 2 and at the link titled “Stakeholder Analysis Matrix” below in the Phase Resources.  You will use the information  you gain from your stakeholder analysis and assessment  during your Phase 4 IP assignment to develop your Stakeholder Management Plan that identifies your strategies for effectively engaging your stakeholders.
    Complete your Stakeholder Register and Stakeholder Analysis
 
  1. Stakeholder Register
  2. Stakeholder Analysis as follows:
 
  1. Group your stakeholders based on their level of authority (power) and their level of concern (interest) regarding the outcome of your project in a Power/Interest Grid.
  2. Group your stakeholders based on their level of authority (power) and active involvement (influence) regarding your project in a Power/Influence Grid.
  3. Group your stakeholders based on their active involvement (influence) and their ability to effect changes to the project’s planning or execution (impact) in an Influence/Impact Grid.
  4. Use the Salience model to describe the classes of stakeholders based on their power (ability to impose their will), urgency (need for immediate attention), and legitimacy (how appropriate their involvement is)
 
  1. Utilize the results of your stakeholder analysis to construct your Stakeholders Engagement Assessment Matrix as described in PMBOK Chapter 13: Section 2 and at the link titled “Stakeholder Analysis Matrix” below in the Phase Resources. You will use the information you gain from your stakeholder analysis and assessment during your Phase 4 IP assignment to develop your Stakeholder Management Plan that identifies your strategies for effectively engaging your stakeholders.
 
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