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New Post 5/20/2009 12:35 AM
User is offline Rajiv
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Stakeholders 

Hi

Can someone suggest few good books on Stakeholder identification, Analysis & management......?

Regards,

Rajiv

 

 
New Post 5/20/2009 11:43 PM
User is offline Adrian M.
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Re: Stakeholders 
Modified By Adrian M.  on 5/21/2009 1:45:12 AM)

 Rajiv wrote

Can someone suggest few good books on Stakeholder identification, Analysis & management......?

Hi Rajiv,

See if any of these books might help:

Books with topics on Stakeholders

- Adrian


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New Post 5/21/2009 5:18 AM
User is offline DougGtheBA
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Re: Stakeholders 

The IIBA BABOK 2.0 has a good general writeup to get you started. Adrian's book list can take you from there.

 

DougGtheBA

 
New Post 8/10/2009 5:13 AM
User is offline webbyweb
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Re: Stakeholders 

There are two effective BA sites

www.theiiba.org

www.ibm.com/developerworks/spaces/businessanalyst

 

 
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