Tate - Stakeholders

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Stakeholder Interest/stake
Director of Collection Care The ability to manage and preserve all collection items, regardless of their format.
Director of Information Systems A sustainable digital preservation solution will ensure efficient management of digital assets across Tate. However, it also requires resources and expertise within the IT department.
Records Manager The ability to manage and preserve all gallery records, regardless of their format.
External funding bodies Return on investment and delivery of project objectives.
Public - researchers Able to access collections and metadata easily and in a variety of ways, to enable re-use and analysis.
Public – general users Easy access to the collection and information about the collection. 
Donors (artists)
Confidence that works transferred to Tate will be looked after and will be displayed according to artist wishes.
Trustees, Senior Managers
Reputation of Tate, delivery of core mission, international standing.
Commercial users
 

Now enter your stakeholders in the table below

  Significant Influence
Some Influence
Little Influence
No Influence
 Significant Importance
Trustees, Senior Managers
External Funding Bodies
  Donors (artists)  
 Some Importance
  Records Manager
Director Information Systems
Director Collection Care
Public
 
 Little Importance
       
 No Importance
       

Stakeholder management approach - how you need to interact with them

  Interest (low) Interest (high)
Power (high) Keep Satisfied
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Manage Closely
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Power (low) Monitor (Minimum effort)
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Keep Informed
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