Types of Stakeholders and Roles in ProjectManagement

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In business and project management, a stakeholder is any individual, group, or party that has an interest in an organization and the outcomes of its actions. Common examples of stakeholders include employees, customers, shareholders, creditors, communities, and government agencies.

Typically, each of the types of stakeholders in a business are categorized in 3 ways;

1. Internal or external
2. Primary or secondary
3. Direct or indirect

Below are common types of stakeholders in business and project management.

- Customers
- Employees
- Communities
- Owners
- Investors
- Creditors
- Suppliers
- Trade Unions
- Government Agencies
- Media
In this video, we talk about different types of stakeholders and their roles in project management. For more, you can read the following articles;

1.Types of Stakeholders and Roles in ProjectManagement
https://www.projectcubicle.com/types-of-stakeholders-and-their-roles-in-project-management/
2. Salience Model to Classify Project Stakeholders
https://www.projectcubicle.com/salience-model/
3. Stakeholder Mapping Matrix
https://www.projectcubicle.com/stakeholder-mapping-stakeholder-management/
4. Stakeholder Register in Project Management
https://www.projectcubicle.com/stakeholder-register/
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