Avoiding Subjectivity in Stakeholder Analysis

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Avoiding Subjectivity in Stakeholder Analysis
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As correctly stated in the excellent article above, any stakeholder analysis is typically the sum of the SUBJECTIVE PERCEPTIONS of the management team of the company. This means that if these perceptions are incorrect, the stakeholder analysis will also be incorrect. This could have devastating consequences for the strategy of the firm.
I am looking for ways how such subjectivity in Stakeholder Analysis can be decreased or avoided altogether. Who can help me?
 

 
Avoiding Subjectivity: Assumptions Exercise
Jim Burke
Perceptions are tied closely to assumptions and one way to address that is to gather the key stakeholders for an assumptions exercise. That, th...Sign up
 

 
Reports and Senior Qualified Personnel
Derrick
To eliminate or reduce the level of perception or subjectivity of a stakeholder analysis, two key issues comes to the fore; pre-determind outcome befo...Sign up
 

 
Avoiding Subjectivity
Martin Buenger
The stakeholders analysis is always based on experience and intuition of the management. This is one of the limitations of this instrument. You can as...Sign up
 

 
Avoiding Subjectivity With Stakeholders
John Jenkins
In a pure sense this probably not possible, as the information in use will always be 'a matter of opinion'. Where 'stakeholders' are concerned we do n...Sign up
 

 
Avoid Subjectivity towards Stakeholders
Claude Balleux, Strategy Consultant, Canada, Member
First, excuse my English. I think that this kind of exercise will never be objective. Because people are not able to answer without thinking about the...Sign up
 

 
Network Analysis for Reducing Subjectivity in Stakeholder Analysis
Victoria G. Axelrod, Management consulting, United States, Member
Jim Burke's approach can be taken a step further by using Formal Network Analysis. Perception is reality - teasing out the assumptions behind t...Sign up
 

 
 

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