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Stakeholder Analysis II

In reviewing the attached case (Ellen Schall and the Department of Justice), who are the players, context setters, subjects, and crowd. Can you explain how you came to your conclusions? I need help in understanding.

Source: The Electronic Hallway "Ellen Schall and the Department of Juvenile Justice" written by Pamela Varley

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Players have both interest in, and great power over a project. It is vital that the organization develops a good working relationship with the stakeholders. It may be appropriate to develop a partnership approach, this is especially important in the early stages of a project. Examples of players are owners, shareholders, senior management, etc.

PLAYERS: Ellen Schall (DJJ Commissioner), Ed Koch (Mayor), Nat Leventhal (Deputy Mayor), Bill Spiller (Deputy Commissioner of Administration), Kathleen Feely (Program Planning and Development), Ben Jones (Director of Operations), Kay Murray (Counsel), Dave Carter (Director)

Context Setters have power over the project ...

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In reviewing the attached case (Ellen Schall and the Dept of Justice), who are the players, context setters, subjects, and crowd. Can you explain how you came to your conclusions. I need help in understanding. Please explain in at least 250 words.

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