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Melba Case Study

1285 words - 6 pages

01Question 1 – Stakeholder Register

|Stakeholder |Area of Interest |Potential Level of Influence |Management Style |Priority |
|Bob Butler |Manufacturing |High |Bob should be kept informed throughout the project and consulted|2 |
| |Human Resources | |on any decisions that relate to volume and manufacturing. | |
|Christine ...view middle of the document...

Keep her informed throughout the project | |
| | | |about any change to intended project outcomes. | |
|David Said |Information Technology |High |Involve throughout entire project |1 |
| |Customer Service | |Utilise previous experience to avoid facing same issues | |
|Matt Brown |Marketing |Medium |Keep informed of intended project outcomes. Utilise to complete |1 |
| | | |market research to find if outcomes are viable and what the | |
| | | |customer wants | |
|Anne Marks |Finance |High |Work closely and keep Anne informed to assist in generating |2 |
| | | |accurate pricing models. Work closely with Anne to fully detail | |
| | | |all costs and to help her understand that if there are ways to | |
| | | |lower costs, she should be aware. | |
|Existing Customers |Sales |Medium |Discuss intended strategy with existing customers to determine |1 |
| | | |what detriment it will have to existing sales, effectively | |
| | | |calculate opportunity cost | |
|Human Resources |Resources |High |Work closely with HR to determine if...

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