Identified individual stakeholder information
requirements with a detailed description of the type of information and mode of communication required for each group.
Time frame or period that each stakeholder or group of stakeholders needs the information.
A description of when and how any information is collected and who collects it.
A description of document distribution methods and frequency of distribution.
A definition of the handling procedures and final disposition of project documents.
IDENTIFYING YOUR STAKE HOLDER
All ideas are acceptable; judgment is ruled
out until the process is complete.
Thinking outside the square is welcome: the wilder the better.
Humor triggers the right brain so this really helps to get original ideas flowing.
Quantity counts at this stage, not quality.
Build on the ideas put forward by others.
Every person and every idea has equal worth.
Customers: those that acquire and use the organization's products.
Commissioners: those that pay the organization to do things.
Collaborators: those with whom the organization works to develop and
Contributors: those from whom the organization acquires content for products. Channels: those who provide the organization with a route to a market or customer.
Commentators: those whose opinions of the organization are heard by customers and others.
Consumers: those who are