Stakeholder analysis for R&D project management

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Abstract:

R&D projects affect the interests of different stakeholders in different ways. Understanding the stakeholders and analysing their interests helps in the better management of R&D projects. In this paper we discuss a methodology to systematically analyse the stakeholders of R&D projects. This methodology includes Freeman’s (1984) three levels of analysis: rational, process and transactional. Based on these three levels, the stakeholder management capability of an R&D project is determined. The final stage is based on Mitchell et al. (1997) approach to analysing the dynamics of stakeholders. This methodology is illustrated using a New Zealand case relating to a road pricing R&D project.

Document Type: Original Article

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1467-9310.00262

Affiliations: 1: Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand arun.elias@vuw.ac.nz 2: Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand bob.cavana@vuw.ac.nz 3: Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand laurie.jackson@vuw.ac.nz

Publication date: September 1, 2002

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