Stakeholder SWOT Analysis

SWOT for stakeholder analysis. SWOT stands for Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats. It is a tool most commonly used for stategic planning and risk assessment, but it is also a useful Stakeholder Analysis tool. To edit this mindmap download it from

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Stakeholder SWOT Analysis by Mind Map: Stakeholder SWOT Analysis

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2. Strengths

2.1. What are the Stakeholder's strengths?

2.2. Could those strengths help the project or business?

2.3. Could these strengths hinder the project?

3. Threats

3.1. What threats could the stakeholder bring to the project?

3.2. Could the stakeholder put the project or business at risk?

3.3. How can these threats be reduced?

4. Weaknesses

4.1. What are the stakeholder's weaknessess?

4.2. What are the stakeholder liabilities?

4.3. Could these weaknesses help or hinder the project?

5. Opportunities

5.1. What positive expertise, connections, influence does the stakeholder have?

5.2. Could these connections be useful?

5.3. Is the stakeholder interested in the project? could we use that interest to our advantage?