Stakeholder Maps User Experience (UX) topic overview/definition
Stakeholder Maps: Concept Definition
If you're going to get involved with managing design projects then you're going to need to be able to balance the needs of different stakeholders to get the job done to the business's satisfaction. One technique for assisting with the management of stakeholders is stakeholder analysis and stakeholder mapping. This allows you to determine who the stakeholders in the project are and how much of your attention and effort each stakeholder should be given to keep your project on track. This is an essential skill in design project management.
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Stakeholder Maps - Keep the Important People Happy
Every project in every business has its stakeholders. These are people who are not necessarily working on the project but have an objective to meet from the outcome of the project. Stakeholders can be internal to the company such as the CEO or the Marketing Manager and they can be external to the company such as clients or shareholders.Stakehold...
Map the Stakeholders
Having faced the problem statement and defined the challenge space, the challenge owner or initiator now needs to gather the troops. In more complex settings or larger organisations, drafting a stakeholder map, outlining people involved, affected, or influenced both internally and externally is a necessary first step. If you’re a project owner ...