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BSBPMG538 Stakeholder register – Link Education

BSBPMG538 Stakeholder register

Prepare a stakeholder register and engagement plan for a professional or personal project.

At a minimum, this document must include summary information, such as:

  • The project name and description
  • A one-page summary of key information on all documented stakeholders
  • Definitions of key values, including:
    • Stakeholder categories (for example: sponsor, client, supplier)
    • Stakeholder attitudes to the project (for example: positive, negative)
    • Stakeholder prioritisation method (for example: power v interest)
    • Stakeholder engagement strategies (for example: inform, consult)

You should prepare a minimum of five (5) stakeholder entries.

At least one stakeholder must be in a governance role (for example, sponsor, governance group).

At a minimum, each entry must include the stakeholder’s:

  • Name
  • Organisational affiliation
  • Relationship to the project (for example: sponsor, client, contractor)
  • Attitude towards the project (for example: positive, negative)  
  • Contact details (for example: email, phone)
  • Expectations – what they want from the project
  • Opportunities – what they can do for the project
  • Engagement strategy (for a minimum of three (3) tasks or milestones)
  • Last and next contact dates

You can prepare this document using your workplace resources or the template provided. If you use dedicated software, please export the output as a pdf or screenshots or provide an accessible link.

This document can (but does not need to) relate to projects you reference in other assessment tasks.

For assessment purposes, you may make reasonable assumptions about the project consistent with organisational and project management good practices.

You should also consult widely and seek feedback from other project stakeholders on this document.

Mentor assistance is available anytime, and you can submit work-in-progress drafts to receive feedback before final submission.