The model help to discern layers or levels of a person- or groups acceptance to a event, i.e. a change. It can also be visualized as a pyramide, where the bottom layer means that the person or group does not accept certain event or change. Ultimately a change management change the attitude or acceptance to […]
The T Shape model in general visualize the difference in competence in two axis. Either you are broad, an generalist. Drawn in horisontal axis. Or you are in depth very skilled within a specific area. Drawn as vertical axis. Why separate competence like this? Roughly, we want to say that the generalist work with strategy. […]
Stakeholder analysis in a quadrant form where power and interest is used to segment stakeholders into how much value and attention to set of. The result on this quadrant can be used in many ways. For instance, to organize how the distribution of the stakeholders are. And if a movement of a certain group (or […]
A stakeholder analysis map might be more of a structured way of working with collaboration, rather than a “method” by itself. A way to work can turn out in many ways. However, the point is to keep track on the stakeholders that concerns you or your project. The output can of course be public to […]
Journey maps can be valuable for scenarios that describe a sequence of events. For instance, mapping multiple scenarios for one persona. When there are several different maps for an actor, you will be able to map them and prioritize. Let say that there are a journey for registering an account. One for receiving equipment ordered […]
There are some more common models of this, than others. The key point is to map out the concerns that a particular stakeholder have or might have. A more colourful representation might look like this. Another way to put it, that might be more creative, can look like this.
This model act more as a ideated target for meeting with stakeholders. It help increase awareness in what topics and areas the discussions with stakeholders might occurr or evolve.