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Mr. Santosh Karkhanis, the author of this site is consulting worldwide since 1994. He is specialized in 'Process of On-going Improvement' using 'Constraint Management' techniques developed by Mr. Goldratt & Mr.Dettmer. In this section, he is giving tips on various aspects of Management.

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The Power, Legitimacy and Urgency Model

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The Power, Legitimacy and Urgency Model
Maps stakeholder behaviour according to its balance of three characteristics:
Power: Of the stakeholder to influence the organisation
Legitimacy: of the relationship in terms of desirability or appropriateness
Urgency: The expectations of the stakeholder in terms of criticality and time-sensitivity

Latent Stakeholders (Groups 1, 2 & 3): Sub-divided into ‘dormant’, ‘discretionary’, or ‘demanding’ stakeholders
Expectant Stakeholders (Groups 4, 5 & 6): Sub-divided into ‘dominant’, ‘dangerous’, or ‘dependent’ stakeholders
Definitive Stakeholders (Group 7): have all three characteristics and should command a high level of management attention
Note: management’s assessment of each stakeholders position is still subjective!


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One day training By Mr. Santosh Karkhanis
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Date: Friday 19th February 2015  9:30am - 5:00 pm
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           Mumbai - 400 079 India



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