Stakeholder motivation helps in understanding the status of stakeholders in respect of a particular set of proposed changes. This can be used to understand how stakeholders position themselves in relation to a portfolio of assignments but it can also be used to assess how stakeholders will react to proposed changes in the architecture, and assess if these changes are feasible.
|Proposed Change||The initiatives, projects, products or other items to be changed.||NABC (may come from)|
|Anti||Stakeholders who appear to be opposed to the changes and why.||N/A|
|Neutral||Stakeholders who appear to be unconcerned with the changes.||N/A|
|Facilitate||Stakeholders who will help in a secondary capacity but are positive.||N/A|
|Active Involvement||Actively positive stakeholders directly involved in the initiative.||N/A|
|Stakeholder List||The agreed list of stakeholders related to the change(s).||Stakeholder Management Plan|
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