The SpagBridge Project Team will conduct a brainstorming session in order to identify stakeholders for the project

The SpagBridge Project Team will conduct a brainstorming session in order to identify stakeholders for the project

Follow the attach file and answer only these two parts: “2.1.2 Identify Stakeholders, 2.1.3 Key Stakeholders”

the 2 points in details are:

2.1.2 Identify Stakeholders
This section should discuss the methodology the project team will use to identify stakeholders and how stakeholders are defined. It is imperative that all stakeholders are identified regardless of how major or minor they are. This is because they will be categorized after they’re identified. If stakeholders are omitted there is a likelihood that they may become evident at some point during the project’s lifecycle and introduce delays or other obstacles to the project’s success. Great care and effort should be dedicated to this step of the Stakeholder Management Strategy.
The SpagBridge Project Team will conduct a brainstorming session in order to identify stakeholders for the project. The brainstorming session will include the primary project team and project sponsor. The session will be broken down into two parts. The first part will focus on internal stakeholders within. These stakeholders may include functional managers, operations personnel, finance personnel, warehouse, and material handlers, and any other employee who will be affected by the SpagBridge Project. The second part of the session will focus on external stakeholders. These may include suppliers, trial customers, partner organizations, or any other individuals who reside outside of.
The following criteria will be used to determine if an individual will be included as a stakeholder: · Will the person or their organization be directly or indirectly affected by this project?
· Does the person or their organization hold a position from which they can influence the project?
· Does the person have an impact on the project’s resources (material, personnel, funding)?
· Does the person or their organization have any special skills or capabilities the project will require?
· Does the person potentially benefit from the project or are they in a position to resist this change?
Any individual who meets one or more of the above criteria will be identified as a stakeholder. Stakeholders from the same organization will be grouped in order to simplify communication and stakeholder management.
2.1.3 Key Stakeholders
This part of the Stakeholder Management Strategy identifies the sub-set of stakeholders who have been identified as key stakeholders and the reasoning for determining that they are key stakeholders. Key stakeholders are often those who potentially have the most influence over a project or those who may be most affected by the project. They may also be stakeholders who are resistant to the change represented by the project. These key stakeholders may require more communication and management throughout the project’s lifecycle and it is important to identify them to seek their feedback on their desired level of participation and communication.
As a follow on to Identify Stakeholders, the project team will identify key stakeholders who have the most influence on the project or who may be impacted the most by it. These key stakeholders are those who also require the most communication and management which will be determined as stakeholders are analyzed. Once identified, the Project Co-ord will develop a plan to obtain their feedback on the level of participation they desire, frequency and type of communication, and any concerns or conflicting interests they have.
Based on the feedback gathered by the project co-ord, the determination may be made to involve key stakeholders on steering committees, focus groups, gate reviews, or other project meetings or milestones. Thorough communication with key stakeholders is necessary to ensure all concerns are identified and addressed and that resources for the project remain available.

2.1.3 Key Stakeholders
This part of the Stakeholder Management Strategy identifies the sub-set of stakeholders who have been identified as key stakeholders and the reasoning for determining that they are key stakeholders. Key stakeholders are often those who potentially have the most influence over a project or those who may be most affected by the project. They may also be stakeholders who are resistant to the change represented by the project. These key stakeholders may require more communication and management throughout the project’s lifecycle and it is important to identify them to seek their feedback on their desired level of participation and communication.
As a follow on to Identify Stakeholders, the project team will identify key stakeholders who have the most influence on the project or who may be impacted the most by it. These key stakeholders are those who also require the most communication and management which will be determined as stakeholders are analyzed. Once identified, the Project Co-ord will develop a plan to obtain their feedback on the level of participation they desire, frequency and type of communication, and any concerns or conflicting interests they have.
Based on the feedback gathered by the project co-ord, the determination may be made to involve key stakeholders on steering committees, focus groups, gate reviews, or other project meetings or milestones. Thorough communication with key stakeholders is necessary to ensure all concerns are identified and addressed and that resources for the project remain available.

You will find them clear in the attached file.

ANSWER.

PAPER DETAILS
Academic LevelCollege (1-2 years: Freshmen, Sophomore)
Subject AreaCivil Engineering
Paper Type Project File
Number of Pages3 Page(s)/825 words
Sources6
Paper FormatAPA
SpacingDouble spaced
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