08/08/2014 University of Baltimore
College of Public affairs
Maryland Certified Public Manager
Section I: Stakeholder analysis
My new responsibilities as the executive director of the office of finance of the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DHMH) will put me in front of a diversified group of stakeholders. Each of the stakeholders that I will be in relationship with will be considered a special stakeholder, and each of them will not be classified with the same degree of importance.
John M. Bryson made a typical illustration of the level of power or interest that internal or external stakeholders may have and that could have an impact on my mission. For the purpose of this assignment, I will analyze four stakeholders representing two internal stakeholders and two external stakeholders. For each stakeholder, I will identify and explain the power level and the interest level of each stakeholder to show how powerful the stakeholder is, and how much this particular stakeholder influences my mission. I will use the Bryson’s power interest grid to illustrate my analysis.
The four stakeholders are made of the following:
The Secretary of the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DHMH): He is considered to be an internal stakeholder, The Deputy executive of the Office of finance: Internal stakeholder, The Director of the Maryland Department of Budget and Management: External stakeholder, and The staff for the Center for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS): External stakeholder.
1- The Secretary of Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DHMH)
The Secretary is the most powerful person in the department. I was appointed by him and I have the duty and the obligation to serve. I report to the secretary directly and he relies on the work that I perform to issue any report to his stakeholders. The secretary reviews my work and he can...
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