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Do the needs and desires of stakeholders always align closely enough that the program can be designed to satisfy all stakeholders?
To develop a response to this question there are research stages that have to be considered.
If referring to Common Education Data Standards )ceds.ed.gov) see the end portion of this document, How can we align stakeholders to recipients?
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Who are the stakeholders?
They must be people who care and have a vested interest in the project. The needs and desires of the stakeholders should ideally be aligned with the program recipients and this is the first development issue that has to be addressed.
Before examining stakeholders and recipients we need some definitions:
there are some useful initial definitions to help us focus on the people involved.
Agent: Active proponent(s) and driver(s) of the change.
Lead: The lead function supports the overall change management process ...
Do the needs of stakeholders in education align with the program or recipients and how can this be accomplished?