Archaeology Data Service Stakeholder Analysis

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JISC's explanation of stakeholder analysis:

List of potential stakeholders*
Head of finance
IT directors / managers
Heads of department
Researchers (professors, fellows, PhDs)
Project officers or departmental managers
Library directors / senior managers
Library managers / team leaders
Subject librarians
Acquisitions / cataloguing
Information literacy trainers

List your stakeholders in the table below
The list above should give you a starting point, but note that this is not an exhaustive list - think about stakeholders at your institution

Stakeholder Interest/stake
Funding bodies eg: JISC, AHRC, English Heritage. This is where we get some of our money from - to preserve data that they have funded the research for
Data depositors
eg: Academics, archaeological contractors and local government archaeologists. Again, these are the people we get money from to preserve their data
Data Consumers
eg: Academics, archaeological contractors, students, members of the public. These are the people who use the data that we archive and disseminate
Vice Chancellor
Useful to keep Vice Chancellor on side. If we do good work it benefits the reputation of the University as a whole. See Queen's Anniversary Prize which York University Department of Archaeology was awarded this year - ADS had a big part to play in this application
Head of Department
Currently Head of Department of Archaeology is also the Director of the ADS but this won't be the case as of later this year

Now enter your stakeholders in the table below

  Significant Influence
Some Influence
Little Influence
No Influence
 Significant Importance
Funding bodies
  Data depositors
 Some Importance
    Head of Department, Data Consumers
Vice Chancellor
 Little Importance
 No Importance

Stakeholder management approach - how you need to interact with them

  Interest (low) Interest (high)
Power (high) Keep Satisfied

Vice Chancellor
Head of Department
Manage Closely

Funding bodies

Power (low) Monitor (Minimum effort)
Keep Informed

Data depositors
Data consumers
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