The purpose of stakeholder analysis is to inform the project manager and sponsor who should contribute to the project, where barriers might be, and the actions that need to be taken prior to detailed project planning. – to rectify these risks/attitudes??
Their interest or
requirement from the project
What the project needs from them
Perceived attitudes and/or risks
Actions to take
Doral Mining Industries (company itself)
Doral Mining Industries (staff involved in program)
Indigenous Locals (directly participating in the program)
Indigenous Locals (Not involved in the program)
Food catering company
Security Company Commissioned
Enhance its CSR image as a legal entity, aid the communities in which it operates within.
Aiding the indigenous Australians who are geographically located in areas where Doral Mining operates within, financial incentive (if not volunteer.) Lots of intangible benefits to individual peoples.’
Better their lives! Slow down/Stop excessive alcohol consumption; - about trying to adopt a new lifestyle.
Better the lives of their peoples’ as a whole, beginning the cultural paradigm shift in regards to alcohol.
Program endeavours to better the lives of its residents; -Less excessive alcohol consumption = less fights, less property damage, better overall health and atmosphere = lower cost & better lifestyle for council! Financial backing - implementation within the companies internal & external corporate structure (annual allocated budget…), collating all the required resources for it to operate successfully.
Diligence (being on-time every time, patience, practise their particular expertise to best serve the program & their personal set objective.
Their active participation during meetings; conscious effort to implement what’s being taught into their real life situations, feedback.
Encourage others to attend the meetings, not to put the program down but rather welcome it (whether or not they choose to be involved with it.) NO resistance to the program!
Encouragement of program to residents, possibility of volunteers, flexibility – needs to work with Doral Mining Industries not against them! Possibility of an unsuccessful CSR venture. Low participation levels, higher then expected cost associated, security issues, legal issues…
Safety of themselves!
The successfulness of their work (failure) – will it be of any practical and realistic use to those who attend the program.
Possible bullying/narrow mind-ness from peers and those who chose not to attend the meetings and slander it. Possible self esteem issues.
Possibility of riots due to the program (perceived intrusion to them,) disagreements amongst each-other & Doral mining industries on key issues. superficial stolen generation nostalgia
Possibility of communal unrest - riots due to the program (perceived intrusion to local residents,) Offer healthy, attractive meals as an incentive for numbers to be generated. Hire security staff to ‘keep the peace’ & insure a safe workable environment is achieved. Insure a lawyer oversees all aspects of the program as to avoid any possible liability.
Hire security staff to ‘keep the peace’ & insure a safe workable environment is achieved. Implement a constant feedback initiative for ‘teachers’ to monitor & improve their performance.
Adopt a 0 tolerance for bullying – implement self esteem programs within the alcohol initiative through constant praise & always make them feel as equals.
Manifest the notion of equality! Make it known the program is optional & endeavours only to assist. Language choice throughout the initiative is imperative! Avoid using the language used to justify the ‘stolen generation.’ Ie – its in their interest; want...
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