Stakeholder register

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A stakeholder register is a document that describes who (individual or group) is affected by a project, and their effect and impact on the project. A stakeholder register is ideally completed early in the project to ensure proper engagement of stakeholders.[1][2] Sources for the register include:

  • Project sponsor
  • Senior leadership
  • Project business case
  • Project charter
  • Analysis or research
  • subject matter experts

Contents[edit]

Contents include:

  • Name
  • Functioning Department
  • Job title
  • Project role
  • Significance
  • Category

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "What You Should Know about Stakeholder Registers for the PMP Certification Exam - dummies".
  2. ^ "What is the Stakeholder Register?". 11 May 2015.

External links[edit]

  • [PDF Stakeholder Register Stakeholder Register Guide]