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Building a shared vision—

  • stakeholder mapping

DateNameTitleMicrosoft Corporation

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Who is a stakeholder?

  • Idea owners: The creators and drivers of the innovation. This could be teachers, students, parents, management, or a mixture of stakeholders.
  • Innovation team: The team who will oversee the planning, implementation, and successful delivery of the project. Probably a small to medium group of10 to 15 people representing all stakeholders.
  • End users: The ultimate beneficiaries of the innovation. This is most often student users, but potentially a wider body such as parents and employees. In the longer term vision, this is also the economic future of society and the country. Not all groups will necessarily be supportive of your plans.
  • Quality assurers: This could be an objective, often a ministry-level group, who ensures that innovations are delivered with appropriate intentions. Beware that anyone connected with your school may assume a role as an informal quality assurer!
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Workshop tasks

  • Remember that much of the information you produce in this workshop will be confidential—keep it safe.
  • Summarize the names and categories of people for each stakeholder group—innovation team members, end users, idea owners, and quality assurers.
  • Plot the position of groups on the stakeholder matrix.
  • On another matrix, plot the position of individuals, particularly those who could become informal quality assurers.
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Workshop tasks

  • Use different colours for each group and individual to show their potential level of influence on others. Use red for very influential, amber for fairly influential and green for not influential.
  • Draw linking lines between these groups and individuals to visualize relationships, again using red for a strong relationship, amber for a fairly strong relationship, and green for little or no relationship)
  • See the following examples.
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Stakeholder matrix

Contribution

Quality assurers (informal)

Quality assurers (informal)

Innovation team

Idea owners

End users

Quality assurers (formal)

Negative

Positive

stakeholder matrix
Stakeholder matrix

Contribution

ICT teacher

MOE

Head teacher

Deputy head teacher

Teacher(full time)

Local business

Governor

Student(lower years)

Teacher(part time)

Local authority

Senior teachers

Student(upper years)

Admin staff

Local resident

Parent

Negative

Positive

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Stakeholder matrix

Contribution

ICT teacher

MOE

Head teacher

Deputy head teacher

Teacher(full time)

Local business

Governor

Student(lower years)

Teacher(part time)

Local authority

Senior teachers

Student(upper years)

Admin staff

Local resident

Parent

Negative

Positive

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The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED, OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.