Stakeholder Prioritization Matrixbased On The Project Brief Examples From The Book And Your
Stakeholder Prioritization Matrix
Based on the project brief, examples from the book and your
own interpretation, please identify as many stakeholders as possible. Rank their power, Interest, Influence, Impact, Urgency and legitimacy
on a scale of 1 to 3 (1 = low, 2 = medium, 3 = high) and add them in column ‘Total’
You have inherited a century old farm house and acreage in a rural area. You have visited the site
and made an inspection. The house needs a great deal of repair work to get it marginally liveable.
You have itemized the most important things that need to be done and estimated the time required
as shown below.
You plan to use this house for vacations and as a rental property through Airbnb. In fact, your work
colleague as already expressed interest in staying over as soon as the property is finished. Your
parents have sponsored you with a personal loan of $10.000, – that will give you enough money to
buy the supplies and have a spending budget on help from a local contractor and two of his
apprentices. You yourself have committed to working 80 hours over your vacation to fix up the
house, but you are terrible at carpentry and painting. Your vacation of two weeks starts on Monday
the 1st of June, and you prefer to be present when the contractor is on site. Assume you, the
contractor and his apprentices
NOTE: all can work up to 8 hrs per day, 5 days per week.
You expect that within 2 years of renting the property you will have earned enough money to repay
What is the stakeholder’s main interest?
Priority (a score of 6-9 = low, 10 to 14 = medium, 15 to 18 = high))