Jane has just started the Identify Stakeholders process for her project. She is currently looking for a template for the stakeholder register so that she doesn’t have to reinvent the wheel. Where can she find stakeholder register templates?
A. Organizational process assets B. Project charter C. Project management plan D. Enterprise environmental factors
For any complex project, once the project stakeholders are identified, the next step is to classify these stakeholders based on their current and desired engagement levels. What is the benefit of classifying the project stakeholders?
A. To help identify the project scope B. To help populate the stakeholder register C. To help define an approach strategy D. It is a mandatory step in stakeholder analysis
Sally’s project has got a huge number of key positive and negative stakeholders. It is very important to closely manage the influential negative stakeholders to ensure project’s success. Do the key positive stakeholders need to be managed as well?
A. No; more attention needs to be given to the key negative stakeholders. B. The positive stakeholders need to be closely managed as well since stakeholders’ needs and expectations change over time. C. Project stakeholders should not be classified as positive and negative stakeholders. D. Yes; positive stakeholders should be more closely managed than the negative stakeholders.
B. The positive stakeholders need to be closely managed as well since stakeholders’ needs and expectations change over time.
Stakeholder analysis is an important technique in the Identify Stakeholders process. One of the steps involved is to identify the potential impact of each stakeholder and classify them appropriately. Which of the following is not a valid model used for this purpose?
A. Salience model B. Tolerance model C. Power / interest grid D. Influence / impact grid