Birmingham Archives and Heritage Stakeholder analysis

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JISC's explanation of stakeholder analysis: http://www.jisc.ac.uk/fundingopportunities/projectmanagement/planning/stakeholders.aspx

Stakeholder Interest/stake
Leader of the Council Overall budget holder and decision maker
Head of Directorate/Section Has responsibility for how budget is allocated and overall responsibility for legislative/information compliance
Council Members Interested in meeting the needs of the electorate and budgetary considerations
IT support staff Likely to see preservation strategies as encroaching on their territory.  Are responsible for providing hardware, software, server space etc.
Head of Library Service Responsibilities for departmental budgets and ensuring the service delivers on its core values.  Responsible for policy-making.
Head of Central Library Responsible for allocating resources and ensuring delivery of core values.  Responsible for ensuring consistent approach to digital preservation and writing and implementation policy.
Archives and Heritage Manager Responsibility for writing and implementing policy and providing staff training and opportunities.
Depositors Owners of assets.  Will need assurance that assets are managed securely, effectively and according to the terms of deposit.
Friends groups Users of collections - will need assurance that assets and collections are available.
Archives and Heritage Staff Responsible for delivering the services.  Expected to create, preserve and make available assets.  Will require appropriate training and guidance in order to deliver the same to staff and public.
Library and Archives Staff Responsible for delivering the services.  Expected to create, preserve and make available assets.  Will require appropriate training and guidance.
Users
Users of collections - will need assurance that assets and collections are available.  Should be represented in the collections in a non-discriminatory way.   As tax payers provide funding for the service - require value for money.
Non-users Should be given the opportunity to be aware of collections.  Should be represented in the collections in a non-discriminatory way.   As tax payers provide funding for the service - require value for money.
  Significant Influence
Some Influence
Little Influence
No Influence
 Significant Importance
Head of Directorate/Section
Head of Library Service
Head of Central Library
Leader of the Council
IT Support Staff
Council Members
Depositors
Archives and Heritage Staff
Library and Archives Staff
Users
 
 Some Importance
Archives and Heritage Manager Friends groups
  Non-users
 Little Importance
       
 No Importance
       

Stakeholder management approach - how you need to interact with them

  Interest (low) Interest (high)
Power (high) Keep Satisfied
Head of Directorate/Section
Manage Closely
Head of Library Service 
Head of Central Library
Depositors
Users
Power (low) Monitor (Minimum effort)
...
Archives and Heritage Staff 
Library and Archives Staff
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